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Monthly Treasury Statement of '


Receipts and Outlays of the United States Governi'

for period from October 1, 1977 through April 30, 1978

TABLE I--TOTALS OF BUDGET RESULTS AND FINANCING (In millions)


Period


Current month (April 1978) .................
Actual 1978 (seven months).................

Comparative data:
Actual 1977 (seven months) ...............
Actual 1977 (Iull year) ...................
Estimated 1978 ...........................
Estimated 1979 ...........................


Budget Receipts and Outlays


Net
Receipts


Net
Outlays


Budget
Surplus (+)
or
Deficit (-)


41-


By
Borrowing
from the
Public


4 4 -II- -


$42,343
211,734

194,968
356,861
400,479
439,823


$35,724
259,733

231,970
401,896
453,528
499,391


+$6,618
-47,999

-37,002
-45,035
-53,049
-59,568


-$2,263
39,205

36,263
53,516
'57.2
272.0


Means of Financing


By Reduction
of Cash
and Monetary
Assets
Increase (-)


-83,345
9,529

-1,537
-2,238
27.1
.. ... .........


By
Other
Means


- 1 l010
-735


2,276
-6,243
2-11.3
2-12.4


TABLE II--SUMMARY OF BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS (In millions)


Actual Actual Budget
Classification Actual This Fiscal Comparable Period Estimates
This Month Year to Date Prior Fiscal Year Full Fiscal Year


NET RECEIPTS
Individual income taxes .........................................
Corporation income taxes.......................................
Social insurance taxes and contributions:
Employment taxes and contributions ...........................
Unemployment insurance .....................................
Contributions for other insurance and retirement ...............
Excise taxes ..................................................
Estate and gift taxes ..........................................
Custom s duties ...............................................
Miscellaneous receipts ........................................

Total. .. ..................................................

NET OUTLAYS

Legislative Branch ................. .........................
The Judiciary .................................................
Executive Office of the President ................................
Funds Appropriated to the President:
International security assistance ..............................
International development assistance ..........................
Other.......... ......................................
Department of Agriculture ............................. ...
Department of Commerce ....................................
Department of Defense Military................................
Department of Defense Civil ..................................
Department of Energy.......................................
Department of Health, Education, and Welfare....................
Department of Housing and Urban Development ...................
Department of the Interior .....................................
Department of Justice.........................................
Department of Labor..........................................
Department of State............................................
Department of Transportation ...................................
Department of the Treasury:
Interest on the public debt ....................................
Antirecession financial assistance fund ........................
General revenue sharing ....................................
Other........................ ...........................
Environmental Protection Agency ...............................
General Services Administration ................................
National Aeronautics and Space Administration ...................
Veterans Administration .......................................
Other independent agencies .....................................
Allowances, undistributed ..................................... ....
Undistributed offsetting receipts:
Federal employer contributions to retirement funds .............
Interest on certain Government accounts .......................
Rents and royalties on the Outer Continental Shelf lands..........

Total ................................. .................

Surplus (+) or deficit (-) .............. ........................


$18,833
8,850

9,987
1,393
448
1,368
296
545
622

42,343


80
37
7

704
92
-7
781
445
8,315
166
439
12,756
526
222
213
1,882
159
1,027

3,493
306
1,705
144
286
-188
316
556
1,966
................

-346
-115
-242


35,724
*6,618


$95,317
31,454

56,156
5,013
3,242
10,120
2.970
3,449
4,012

211,734


583
219
42

1,123
921
353
13,918
2,583
58,752
1,319
3,128
92,900
4,120
1,846
1,395
13,321
787
7,544

26,825
1,140
5,117
-579
2,222
-171
2,311
11,204
14,854
.....................

-2,515
-4,357
-1,171

259,733
-47,999


S86,997
28,694

50,635
4,447
2,956
9,854
4,884
2,737
3,763

194,968


544
234
43

-1,068
919
368
10,210
1,155
55,113
1,151
2,467
84,417
3,112
1,716
1,385
13,378
690
7,021

23,643
1,182
5,064
-426
2,379
-227
2,342
11,071
11,371
.....................

-2,324
-4,147
-815

231,970
-37,002


See footnotes on page 3.

Source: Bureau of Government Financial Operations, Department of the Treasury.


Total
Budget
Financing


tj 4:18
47 999


37,002
45,035
53.0
259.6


8178,828
58,949

103.986
14,420
5,716
20,242
5.a18
5 792
6,928

400,479


1,037
458
78

1,770
1,565
1,152
22,079
4,479
103.800
2,536
7,152
163,484
8,361
3,710
2,478
23,324
1,247
13,905

47,800
1,393
6,827
-955
4.763
209
3,982
18,853
23,860
................. ......

-5,024
-8,295
-2,500

453,528
-53,049








TABLE Ill--BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS-Continued (In thousands)


.* 'S S
-l" ~A


This Month Current Fiscal Year to Date Comparable Period .P 'o"lcaSl 'I'. i- A
Cla.asiication of --" -I
Receipts Gross Refunds Net Gross Refunds Net Gross Reftnds ? *.4
Receipts (Deduct) Receipts Receipts (Deduct) Receipts Receipts (Deduct). Receipts


Individual income taxes:
Withheld ... .....................................
Presidential Election Campaign Fund .................
Other ...........................................

Total--Individual income taxes....................

Corporation income taxes ............................

Social insurance taxes and contributions:
Employment taxes and contributions:
Federal old-age and survivors ins. trust fund:
Federal Insurance Contributions Act taxes ........
Self-Employment Contributions Act taxes .........
Deposits by States .............................

Total--FOASI trust fund ......................

Federal disability insurance trust fund:
Federal Insurance Contributions Act taxes ........
Self-Employment Contributions Act taxes .........
Deposits by States.............................

Total--FDI trust fund .......................

Federal hospital insurance trust fund:
Federal Insurance Contributions Act taxes ........
Self-Employment Contributions Act taxes .........
Receipts from railroad retirement account........
Deposits by States .............................
Premiums collected for uninsured individuals .....

Total--FHI trust fund ........................

Railroad retirement accounts:
Railroad Retirement Tax Act taxes ..............

Total--Employment taxes and contributions .....

Unemployment insurance:
Unemployment trust fund:
State taxes deposited in Treasury ..............
Federal Unemployment Tax Act taxes ..............
Railroad Unemployment Ins. Act contributions ....

Total--Unemployment trust fund ..............

Contributions for other insurance and retirement:
Federal supplementary medical ins. trust fund:
Premiums collected for the aged ................
Premiums collected for the disabled .............

Total--FSMI trust fund ......................

Federal employees retirement contributions:
Civil service retirement and disability fund .....
Foreign service retirement and disability fund ..
Other ....................................

Total--Federal employees retirement
contributions ......................


13 095 329
9 765 1
13 11.14J- __

2,.716.234 ;:7.882.981 118.833 253


92.522 580
25 512
26.117.521

118 665.613


'23.348.7201 95.316.893


83 208 428 i ,
21. 185 1
25 500_984_ __ .

108.735.59" :21.738


I.
-I


: -


9.41. b05! 491.875; 8.849.930 34.911 895 3 457 487 31.454.409 31.807.431 113.143 'i 8-694 288



5,268,000 ........... 5,268,000 33,979,960 ............ 33,979,960 31,504,935 ............ 31,504,935
1,939,000 ........... 1,939,000 2,607,871 ............ 2,607,871 2,442,496 ............ 2,442,496
-49,881 ............ -49,881 3,302,961 ............ 3,302,961 3,385,007 ............ 3,385,007

7,157,119 ........... 7,157,119 39,890,791 ............ 39,890,791 37,332,437 ............ 37,332,437

955,000 ........... 955,000 5,435,166 ............ 5,435,166 4,234,483 ............ 4,234,483
266,000 ........... 266,000 353,888 ............ 353,888 320,940 ............ 320,940
30,113 ........... 30,113 575,908 ............ 575,908 375,690 ............ 375 690

1,251,113 ........... 1,251,113 6,364,962 ............ 6,364,962 4,931,114 ............ 4,931,114

1,232,000 ........... 1,232,000 7,600,407 ............ 7,600,407 6,448,149 ............ 6,448,149
287,000 ........... 287,000 384,201 ............ 384,201 358,362 ............ 358,362
38,855 ............. 38,855 893,005. ............ 893,005 6 603,362 .......... .603,362
457 ........... 457 7,752 ............ 7,752 5,581 ........ .. 5,581

1,558,312 ........... 1,558,312 8,885,366 ............ 8,885,366 7,415,453 ............ 7,415,453


20,341 -5 20,346 1,015,458 482 1,014,976 955,826 113 955,714
9,986,885 -5 9,986,890 56,156,577 482 56,156,095 50,634,831 113 50,634,718



1,002,226 ........... 1,002,226 3,865,810 ............ 3,865,810 3,542,841 ............ 3,542,841
401,000 10,619 390,381 1,055,000 17,780 1,037,220 842,856 16,719 826,137
846 ........... 846 110,292 ............ 110,292 78,446 ............ 78,446

1,404,072 10,619 1,393,453 5,031,102 17,780 5,013,322 4,464,143 16,719 4,447,424


173,465 ........... 173,465 1,239,607 ............ 1,239,607 1,137,710 ............ 1,137,710
21,896 ........... 21,896 144,396 ............ 144,396 114,077 ............ 114,077

195,360 ............ 195,360 1,384,003 ............ 1,384,003 1,251,788 ............ 1,251,788

246,032 ........... 246,032 1,811,468 ............ 1,811,468 1,659,218 ............ 1,659,218
1,233 ........... 1,233 10,340 ............ 10,340 10,121 ........... 10,121
130 ........... 130 777 ............ 777 652 ............ 652

247,395 ........... 247,395 1,822,585 ............ 1,822,585 1.669.991 ............ 1,669,991


See footnotes on page 3.


_







TABLE Ill--BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS--Continued (In thousands)


This Month Current Fiscal Year to Date Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year
Classification of
Receipts-Continued Gross Refunds Net Gross Refunds Net Gross Refunds Net
Receipts (Deduct) Receipts Receipts (Deduct) Receipts Receipts (Deduct) Receipts

Social insurance taxes and contributions--Continued
Contributions for other insurance and retirement--
Continued
Other retirement contributions:
Civil service retirement and disability fund......... $4,854 .......... $4,854 $35,896 .......... $35,896 $34,478 ...........$34,478
Total--Contributions for other insurance and
retirement .................................. 447,609 .......... 447,609 3,242,485 .......... 3,242,485 2,956,256 ........... 2,956,256

Total--Social insurance taxes and contributions ....... 11,838,566 810,614 11,827,952 64,430,165 $18,262 64,411,902 58,055,230 $16,832 58,038,398

Excise taxes:
Miscellaneous excise taxes ................ .......... 763,464 9,475 753,990 5,599,137 82,257 5,516,880 5,693,721 84,720 5,609,002
Airport and airway trust fund......................... 101,350 150 101,200 726,649 1,388 725,261 666,873 1,334 665,539
Highway trust fund............................... 601,500 93,000 508,500 3,996,668 123,449 3,873,219 3,700,230 120,293 3,579,937
Black lung disability trust fund5 ......................4,670 .......... 4,670 4,670 .......... 4,670 ............. ........... ..............

Total--Excise taxes ............................ 1,470,984 102,625 1,368,360 10,327,124 207,094 10,120,031 10,060,824 206,347 9,854,477
Estate and gift taxes ................................... 306,498 10,620 295,879 3,030,069 60,407 2,969,662 4,943,920 60,112 4,883,808

Customs duties................... ...................... 556,619 11,634 544,985 3,534,012 84,860 3,449,152 2,814,551 77,943 2,736,608

Miscellaneous receipts:
Deposits of earnings by Federal Reserve Banks......... 531,074 .......... 531,074 3,600,813 .......... 3,600,813 3,416,182 ........... 3,416,182
All other ................... ......................... 91,447 32 91,416 412,012 406 411,605 364,219 17,212 347,008

Total--Miscellaneous receipts ...................... 622,521 32 622,490 4,012,825 406 4,012,419 3,780,401 17,212 3,763,189
Total--Budget receipts ............................. 50,853,228 8,510,380 42,342,848 238,911,703 27,177,235 211,734,468 220,197,955 25,230,305 194,967,650


GENERAL NOTES
A. Throughout this statement, details may not add to totals due to rounding.
B. Effective with the August 31, 1977 statement, certain portions of Tables I and II have been modi-
fied. The modified format for Table 1 includes the addition of a new line presenting current month
budgetary and means of financing data. Table II has been revised to present actual current month
and comparable period prior fiscal year data. Table II has also been modified to show all activity
rounded in millions of dollars.


FOOTNOTES


'These budget estimates are based on figures released in the Current
Budget Estimates on March 13, 1978 by the Office of Management and Budget.
2Amounts rounded in billions.
3Effective in June 1977, earned income credit payments in excess of tax
liability, formerly treated as outlays, were reclassified as income tax refunds.
Included in the refund figures, therefore, is $202,615 thousand for the month
of April and $690,092 thousand for fiscal year 1978 to date.
*Includes $30,113 thousand distributed to the Federal Disability Insurance
Trust fund and $38,855 distributed to the Federal Hospital Insurance Trust
Fund.
SThe Black Lung Disability Trust Fund was formally created on April 1,
1978 pursuant to the "Black Lung Benefits Revenue Act of 1977" (Public Law
95-227).
6The Department of Energy was formally created on October 1, 1977
pursuant to "The Department of Energy Organization Act" (Public Law 95-91).
The Department includes all functions of the former Energy Research and
Development Administration, Federal Energy Administration, and Federal
Power Commission and certain functions from the Departments of Commerce,
Defense, Interior (Bonneville Power Administration and other power admin-
istrations) and the Interstate Commerce Commission.


7Effective October 1, 1977, the "housing for the elderly or handicapped
fund" was reclassified from an off-budget to a budgetary account.
8 This activity was formerly included inthe Mining Enforcement and Safety
Administration, Department of the Interior.
'In accordance with Reorganization Plan No. 2 of 1977. the functions exer-
cised by the United States Information Agency and the Department of State's
Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs were consolidated to form the
International Communication Agency.
"Agency reporting included only partial outlay data for the month. Addi-
tional April outlays will be included with May transactions.
110n April 1, 1978, the second amendments to the IMF Acticles of Agree-
ment entered into force. In accordance with Public Law 94-564, the United
States has consented to a quota increase equivalent to SDR $1,705,000 thou-
sand.
"Transactions cover the period of October 1, 1977 through April 21. 1978,
and are partially estimated.
*Less than $500.00
**Less than $500,000.00


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TABLE Ill--BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS--Continued (In thousands)


(-1 .sui C. 'ti ,III of
OUTLAYS


This Month


Outlays


Legislative Branch:
Senate .............................................
House of Representatives.............................
Joint Item s .........................................
Congressional Budget Office ..........................
Architect of the Capitol ..............................
Library of Congress ................................
Government Printing Office:
Revolving fund (net)................................
General fund appropriations ........................
General Accounting Office ............................
United States Tax Court ..............................
Other Legislative Branch Agencies ....................
Proprietary receipts from the public ..................
Intrabudgetary transactions...........................

Total--Legislative Branch........................

The Judiciary:
Supreme Court of the United States ....................
Courts of Appeals, District Courts, and other
Judicial Services ...................................
Other ................... ..... ...................
Proprietary receipts from the public ..................
Intrabudgetary transactions ...........................

Total--The Judiciary ............................

Executive Office of the President:
Compensation of the President ........................
The White House Office ..............................
Office of Management and Budget .....................
O their ..............................................

Total--Executive Office of the President ..........

Funds Appropriated to the President:
Appalachian Regional Development Programs............
Disaster Relief ......................................
Foreign Assistance:
International Security Assistance:
Military assistance ..............................
Foreign military credit sales .....................
Security supporting assistance ....................
Advances, foreign military sales..................
Other ..........................................
Proprietary receipts from the public:
Advances, foreign military sales................
Other ........................................

Total--International Security Assistance .......

International Development Assistance:
Multilateral Assistance:
International financial institutions ...............
International organizations and programs..........

See footnotes on page 3.


i ': 99
25,488
441
754
6,774
12,367

-5,573
9,457.
14, u77
965
1,575


Applicable
Receipts










91.........
..........


Net
Outlays


813,599
25,483
441
754
6,774
12,367


9,-7
14,677
965
1,575
-917


Current Fiscal Year to Date


Outlays



891,156
166,534
13,327
5,688
56,018
86,771

-5,044
65,112
94. 514
5,414
8,290
...... -.....
-211


Applicable Net
Receipts Outlays


$41








......7....37
6,737


'1 ,156
166,492
13,327

iR. 01
86,771

-5,044
...112
96,514
:.414
8,290
-6,737
-211


Comparable Period Prior Fl cal Year


Ou.t las Applicable
Receipts


877,819
134,393
41 :. 07
5,121
46,990
74,604

-11,007
84,467
88,479
5,338
5,425

-196


Net
OU la'.'s


77,809
134,366
41 507
5,121
46,990
74,604

-11,007
84,467
88,479
338
5,425
-8,840
-196


10
28








............
........840

.. .. .. .. "
.. .. "


80,524 923 79,601 589,570 6,779 582,791 552,940 8,878 544,062


920 .......... 920 4,996 ........... 4,996 5,041 ............ 5,041

34,114 .......... 34,114 203,006 ........... 203,006 215,630 ............ 215,630
2,253 .......... 2,253 42,608 ........... 42,608 15,520 ........... 15,520
.............. 14 -14 ............. 679 -679 ............. 2,246 -2,246
.............. ........... ...... I.... -31,100 ........... -31,100 .......... ......... ...........

37,287 14 37,273 219,510 679 218,830 236,191 2,246 233,945


21 .......... 21 146 ........... 146 146 ............ 146
1,763 .......... 1,763 8,397 ........... 8,397 10,137 ............ 10,137
2,813 .......... 2,813 17,707 ........... 17,707 15,768 ............ 15,768
2,178 .......... 2,178 15,564 ........... 15,564 17,348 ........... 17,348

6,774 .......... 6,774 41,813 ........... 41,813 43,399 ............ 43,399


12,864 .......... 12,864 126,070 5 126,065 134,736 6 134,730
11,274 .......... 11,274 214,304 ........... 214,304 159,840 ............ 159,840


11,697
2,954
204,170
1,052,024
2,525


..........
..........
..........



537,746
31,642


1,273,370 569,388


19,144
32,173


11,697
2,954
204,170
1,052,024
2,525

-537,746
-31,642

703,982



19,144
32,173


102,332
227,984
1,016,491
4,820,041
8,015




6,174,863


543,713
113,199


...........
...........



4,866,300
185,677

5,051,978


102,332
227,984
1,016,491
4,820,041
8,015

-4,866,300
-185,677

1,122,885


149,695
178,541
614,117
3,797,513
16,946



4,756,811


-I--- ___


543,713
113,199


442,889
118,229


125



5,645,832
179,130


149,695
178,541
613.992
3,797,513
16,946

-5,645,832
-179,130


5,825,087 -1.068.276


442,889
118.229







TABLE III--BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS--Continued (In thousands)


Cla:i blllll ull Of
OUTLAYS--Continued



Funds Appropriated to the President--Continued
Bilateral Assistance:
Public enterprise funds:
Development loans-revolving fund ........ .....
Overseas Private Investment Corporation ..........
Inter-American Foundation ......................
Other..........................................
Intragovernmental funds............................
Functional development assisLinc,,e )pruigr... ..........
Payment to F. .rei-li Service rt:i.rementnr arid
disability iund ....................................
American schools and hospitals abroad ..............
International disaster assistance ....................
Operating expenses of the Agency for
International Development .........................
O ther.............................................
Proprietary receipts from the public ................

Total--Bilateral Assistance ......................

Total--International Development Assistance .........

International Narcotics Control Assistance...........
President's foreign assistance cuioingeni y fund......

Total--Foreign Assistance ......................

Petroleum Reserves:
Energy supply.....................................
Emergency energy preparedness ....................
Proprietary receipts from the public..................
Other .............................................

Total--Funds Appropriated to the President ..........

Department of Agriculture:
Departmental Administration..........................
Office of the Inspector General........................
Agricultural Research Service ........................
Cooperative State Research Service ...................
Extension Service ..................................
Statistical Reporting Service..........................
Economic Research Service ..........................
Foreign Agricultural Service .........................
Foreign Assistance Pru'IJr.i.in .........................
Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service:
Salaries and expenses .............................
Agricultural conservation program ..................
Other.............................................
Federal Crop Insurance Corporation ...................
Commodity Credit Corporation:
Price support and related IIr u r.i. ,.- .................
Intragovernmental funds............................
National Wool Act pro.i r.ai ...........................

Total--Commodity Credit Corporation ...............

Rural Electrification Administration (salaries and
expenses).........................................


This Month


Outlays Applicable
Receipts


$8,827
51
2,322
797
-384
52,502

............
337
1,149

14,802
4,305


84,708

136,025

4,739
259

1,414,393


_____________ iL


10,290


27

1,448,848


5,071
2,215
23.817
13,339
26,507
2,963
2,789
3.148
107,827

19,659
8,033
5,552
2,762


561,942

26,792

588,734


.2 ,26;
1,956
45
470
. ,.......






..........

38,984

44,081

44,081




613,470


..........
........ .
46,535

..660,005..
660,005


I I


..........
..........
..........
..........
..........o
..........
..........
..........
..........

..........
..........
..........
3,889
o o.
. .o

'
o" o ,


"*
3,889


597,817



597,817


Net
Outla\s


$6,201
-1,905
2,277
326
-384
52,502


337
1,149

14,802
4,305
-38,984

40,627

91,944

4,739
259

800,923


10,290
..........
-46,535
27

788,843


5,071
2,215
23,817
13,339
26,507
2,963
2.789
3,148
107,827

19,659
8,033
5,552
-1,127


-35,875

26,792


-9,083


Current Fiscal Year to Date


rOuitlays


$43,601
880
5,313
4,322
-512
346,315

21,450
5,366
24,664

118,149
39,983


609,481

1,266.393

20,228
90

7,461,574


96,974
.............

132

7,899,053


-3,244
16,571
184,121
74,594
140,099
22,491
16,589
26,491
262,282

117.785
159,003
21,167
117,430

8,897,309
50,000
28,501


Applicable
Receipts


:3.9j32
33,891
221
2.98,'

..........


.........
.. o. ..
303,930

345,009

345 009

..........
..........

5,396,987


..........
..........
104,453


5,501,445


..........
..........
..........
..........,
..........
..........
..........
..........
..........

..........
..........
..........
64,993


3,508,518
..........
..........


-1 +


8,975,810


3,508,518


Net
Outlays





39 19
-33,011
5,092
1 33,j
-562
346,315

21,450
5.361:
24,664

118,149
39,983
-303,930

264,472

921.384

20,228
90

2,064,587


96,974
.. ..... ..,
-104,453
132

2,397,608


Comparable PeriJd Prior Fiscal Year


Outld', s


Applicable
Receipts


I 4- 4


$104,779
52,901
3,421
3,058
-616
295,837

16,680
7,378
23,784

115,961
31,484


654,668

1.215.785

17,846
-870

5,989,572


44,918
11,401

82

6,340,549


E2.015
32,711

2,370
.............
.............

.............
.............o
.............



259,728

296,824

296.824


6,121,911


......121,917
.............



6,121,917


-1-- 4 1 1


-3,244
16,571
184,121
74,594
140,099
22,491
1'. 589
26,491
262,282

117,785
159,003
21.167
52.436


5,388,791
50,000
28,501


5,467,292


13,942
14,681
173,093
64,088
137,761
19,346
19,239
22,199
274,084

87,526
43.2r,5
39.439
117,014


3,802,064
52,405
7,217


.............
.............
.............o
.............
............
.............
............ _
.............
.............

_ ..........
.............
...........o .
53,447,


1,549,569
.............


1,549.569


Net
Outla ,s





$102,765
20,190
3,421
688
-616
295,837

16,680
7,378
23,784

115,961
31,484
-259,728

357,844

918.961

17,846
-870

-132,339


44,918
11,401

82

218,632


13,942
14,681
173,093
64,088
137.761
19,346
19,239
22,199
274,084

87,526
43,265
39,439
63,567


2,252.495
52 405
7,217

2,312,117


__~~ -4_ _


2,149 ..........


2,149


13,778


13,778


12,795


12.795


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4








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.








TABLE Ill--BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS--Continued (In thousands)


Classification of
OUTLAYS-- Continued


Department of Agriculture--Continued
Farmers Home Administration:
Public enterprise funds:
Rural housing insurance fund ...................
Agricultural credit insurance fund...............
Rural development insurance fund ...............
Other..........................................
Rural development grant programs ................
Salaries and expenses...........................
Other........................................

Total--Farmers Home Administration ..........

Soil Conservation Service:
Conservation operations..........................
Watershed and flood prevention operations .........
Other..... .....................................
Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service...........
Federal Grain Inspection Service....................
Agricultural Marketing Service.....................
Food Safety and Quality Service:
Funds for strengthening markets, income, and
supply........................................
Other............................ .... ......... ...
Food and Nutrition Service:
Food program administration ....................
Food stamp program............................
Special milk program ...........................
Child nutrition programs ........................
Special supplemental food programs ...............
Other. ..........................................

Total--Food and Nutrition Service ..............

Forest Service:
Intragovernmental funds.........................
Forest protection and utilization ..................
Youth Conservation Corps .......................
Forest roads and trails ..........................
Forest Service permanent appropriations ..........
Cooperative work................................
Other..........................................

Total--Forest Service ........................

Other..........................................
Proprietary receipts from the public....................
Intrabudgetary transactions........................

Total--Department of Agriculture ................

Department of Commerce:
General Administrationi ...........................
Bureau of the Census .............................
Economic and Statistical Analysis ..................


This Month


Outlays


$271,987
732,773
58,452
-147
11,893
16,230
1,880


1,093,067


20,615
15,656
4,817
14,673
2,008
-3,130


9,462
21,252


Applicable
Receipts


$464,443
817,248
84,009
86


1,365,786


Net
Outlays


-$192,456
-84,476
-25,558
-233
11,893
16,230
1,880


Current Fiscal Year to Date


Outlays


$4,040,399
4,283,019
803,705
-2,308
82,437
103,433
11,806


t t +


-272,719


9,322,490


Applicable
Receipts




$3,799,766
3,732,942
743,247
138


...8,276,093..
...........


8,276,093


___________ I


Net
Outlays




$240,633
550,077
60,457
-2,447
82,437
103,433
11,806

1,046,397


-t 12____ ____ ___ ____ ___


2,012


20,615
15,656
4,817
14,673
2,008
-5,142


9,462
21,252


144,072
90,957
44,064
115,046
9,234
32,457


111,057
176,951


...........
...........
...... I....
..........
........ ii6
14,042


144,072
90,957
44,064
115,046
9,234
18,415


111,057
176,951


Outlays




$2,743,106
1,963,913
610,985
-2,377
63,304
98,974
10,476

5,488,381


126,138
95,138
44,907
237,711
6,726
71,212


35,513
.............


Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year


Applicable
Receipts




$2,734,354
1,352,001
449,610
146


4,536,112..
4,536,112


________________ I


...........
...........

. ......... i
894
12,932


Net
Outlays




$8,752
611,912
161,375
-2,524
63,304
98,974
10,476

952,268


126,138
95,138
44,907
237,711
5,832
58,280


35,513
............o...


5,192 ......... 5,192 40,153 ........... 40,153 ............. ........... ........
480,812 ........ 480,812 3,188,045 ........... 3,188,045 3,172,200 ........... 3,172200
12,069 ......... 12,069 89,992 ........... 89,992 102,281 ........... 102,281
187,621 ......... 187,621 1,574,127 ........... 1,574,127 1,719,808 ........... 1,719,808
31,360 ......... 31,360 201,708 ........... 201,708 133,112 ........... 133,112
-13,202 ......... -13,202 4,621 ........... 4,621 41,627 ........... 41,627

703,852 .......... 703,852 5,098,647 ........... 5,098,647 5,169,028 ........... 5,169,028


-1,213 ......... -1,213 3,386 ........... 3,386 4,935 ........... 4,935
63,411 ........ 63,411 445,400 ........... 445,400 372,944 ........... 372,944
2,066 ........ 2,066 12,329 ........... 12,329 6,846 ........... 6,846
15,355 ........ 15,355 72,354 ........... 72,354 96,152 ........... 96,152
1,983 ........ 1,983 302,170 ........... 302,170 79,795 ........... 79,795
5,009 ........ 5,009 27,440 ........... 27,440 32,082 ........... 32,082
2,481 ......... 2,481 21,043 ........... 21,043 16,6771 ........... 16,677

89,093 ....... 89,093 884,122 ........... 884,122 609,431 ........... 609,431

2,025 ......... 2,025 14,908 ....... 14,908 14,605 ........... 14,605
............ 36,569 -36,569 ............. 395,154 -395,154 ............. 434,414 -434,414
-1,110 ......... -1,110 -12,05 .......... -12,052 -1,761 ............ -1,761

2,786,846 2,006,074 780,773 26,176,920 12,258,801 13,918,119 16,797,188 6,587,369 10,209,819


3,656 ......... 3,656 16,738 ........... 16,738 11,591 ........... 11,591
7,535 ......... 7,535 65,630 ........... 65,630 40,460 ........... 40,460
1,383 ......... 1,383 8,637 ........... 8,637 5,950 ........... 5,950






TABLE Ill--BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS--Continued (In thousands)


Classification of
OUTLAYS- -Continued


Department of Commerce--Continued
Economic Development Assistance:
Economic Development Administration:
Economic development revolving fund...............
Economic development assistance programs........
Local public works program ......................
Drought assistance program ......................
Other...........................................
Regional Action Planning Commissions ..............

Total--Economic Development Assistance..........

Promotion of Industry and Commerce:
Industry and Trade Administration ..................
Minority Business Enterprise.......................
United States Travel Service........................

Science and Technology:
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.....
National Fire Prevention and Control Administration ..
Patent and Trademark Office .......................
Science and Technical Research.....................

Total--Science and Technology....................

Maritime Administration:
Public enterprise funds ............................
Ship construction .................................
Operating-differential subsidies.....................
Other.............................................
Proprietary receipts from the public ..................
Intrabudgetary transactions...........................

Total--Department of Commerce ...................

Department of Defense--Military:
Military Personnel:
Department of the Army ............................
Department of the Navy ............................
Department of the Air Force........................

Total--Military Personnel ........................

Retired Military Personnel ...........................
Operation and Maintenance:
Department of the Army............................
Department of the Nav\ ............................
Department of the Air Force ........................
Defense agencies .......... ........................

Total--Operation and Maintenance.................

Procurement:
Department of the Army ............................
Department of the Navy ............................
Department of the Air Force.......................
Defense agencies ..................................

Total--Procurement .............................


Outlays


This Month

Applicable
Receipts


Net
Outlays


Current Fiscal Year to Date


Outlays


+ --444


$58
25,993
279,654
8,745
2,672
10,915

328,038


5,267
4,582
1,196


51,705
1,947
7,670
7,664


68,987


1,974
13,434
23,827
5,093

-5,470


459,501



842,623
701,414
656,758

2,200,795

769,215

802,722
889,138
770,491
215 375

2,677,725


222,916
746,683
591,645
18,087

1,579,331


$4,297
...........
...........o
...........



4,297


...........25



125
...........
ooooo.o,..


125


2,947


92...........
7,192
..o....o.o


14,561



...........
oo,,...


-$4,238
25,993
279,654
8,745
2,672
10,915

323,741


5,267
4,582
1,196


51,580
1,947
7,670
7,664


68,862


-973
13,434
23,827
5,093
-7,192
-5,470


444,941



842,623
701,414
656,758

2,200,795

769,215

802,722
889,138
770,491
215,373

2,677,725


222,916
746,683
591,645
18,087

1,579,3,:1


$25,697
201,782
1,353,732
103,303
24,295
59,714

1,768,523


40,432
31,964
7,293


391,066
8,604
52,807
53,349


505,825


4,157
82,940
164,716
37,331

-30,341


Applicable
Receipts




$34,293
..........
,..o.,..,
.........


Net
Outlays




.8.59'
201,782
1,353,732
103,303
24,295
59,714

1,734,230


40,432
31,964
7,293


390,061
8,604
52,807
53,349

504,820


-24,182
82,940
164,71t
37,331
-57,195
-30,341

2,583,013



5,937,865
4,978,588
4,580,553

15,497,006

5,255,224

5,456,609
6,420 334
5,611,195
1,634,280
t- ----I
19,122,417


1,956,150
5,039,762
4,150,794
120,960

11,267,665


34,293



..........
..........


1,005




1,005


28,339



57,195
.. o. o


2,703,845 120,832


5,937,865
4,978,588
4,580,553

15.497,006

5,255,224

5,456,609
6.420,334
5,611,195
1,634,280

19,122,417


1.956 15u1
5,039,762
4,150,794
120,960

11,267,665


Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year


Outlays


"29,153
171,497
38,563

90,252
60,857

390,321


40,588
31,308
7,627


302,248
6,785
50,014
47,688

406,735


4,958
98,296
181,415
36,473

-24,160

1,231,562



5,642,781
4,735,022
4,430,249

14,808,052

4,672,836

4,978,774
5,615,808
5,374,310
1,589,616

17,5 ..507


1,883,724
4,812,790
3,9(4.8.87


10,746,962


Applicable
Receipts


.28.534-
.............

............



28,534





... 733.



733

733


24,493
.............


23,089


76,849



.............
...oo.,
....o.......


Net
Outlays


$619
171,497
38,563

90,252
60,857

361,787


40,588
31,308
7,627


301,515
6,785
50,014
47,688

406,002


-19,535
98,296
181,415
36,473
-23,089
-24,160

1,154,712



5,642,781
4,735,022
4,430,249

14,808,052

4,672,836

4,978,774
5 j15.80O
5,374,310
1,589,616

17,558,507


1,883,724
4,812,:79
3,964.,7
85,561

10,746,962


..........
.. .. .
.. .. .
.. .. .. "


o .... ,
... ... .





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,o 'o "o o
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.. .. .. .. .


I


,









AND OUTLAYS--Continued (In thousands)


Classification of
OUTLAYS-- Continued


Department of Defense--Military--Continued
Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation:
Department of the Army.........................
Department of the Navy .........................
Department of the Air Force .....................
Defense agencies .............................

Total--Research, Development, Test, and
Evaluation ...................................

Military Construction:
Department of the Army.........................
Department of the Navy .........................
Department of the Air Force .....................
Defense agencies ...............................

Total--Military Construction ......... .......

Family Housing ................. .............
Civil Defense ...............................
Special Foreign Currency Program..................
Revolving and Management Funds:
Public enterprise funds ..........................
Intragovernmental funds:
Department of the Army.......................
Department of the Navy ........................
Department of the Air Force ...................
Defense agencies ...........................

Total--Revolving and Management Funds.........

Miscellaneous trust funds ..........................
Proprietary receipts from the public................
Intrabudgetary transactions........................

Total--Department of Defense--Military ...........

Department of Defense--Civil:
Corps of Engineers:
Intragovernmental funds.........................
General investigations ..........................
Construction, general...........................
Operations and maintenance, general ..............
Flood control ..................................
Other...........................................
Proprietary receipts from the public ..............

Total--Corps of Engineers .....................

The Panama Canal:
Canal Zone Government .........................
Panama Canal Company .........................
Other ............................................
Proprietary receipts from the public ................
Intrabudgetary transactions........................

Total--Department of Defense--Civil ..............


Outlays


197,447
307,537
252,405
66,816


824,204


This Month

RApplictle
Receipts


Current Fiscal Year to Date


4"--


NL I
Outlays


Outlays


-4 -F F


$197,447
307,537
252,405
66,816


$1,334,423
2,242,763
2,047,078
383,080


-1 t + F-


824,204


6,007,343


Applicable N-et
Receipts Outlays


1.334,423
2,242,763
2,047,078
383,080


6,007,343


Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year


Outlays


-1.167,851
1,943,650
2,138,668
337,820


5,587,989


Applicable
Receipts


Net
Outlays


?1.167,851
1,943,650
2,138,668
337,820


5,587,989


-11,015 .......... -11,015 271,003 .......... 271,003 924,597 .......... 924,597
43,629 .......... 43,629 339,183 .......... 339,183 377,419 ........... 377,419
40,947 .......... 40,947 271,047 .......... 271,047 262,549 ........... 262,549
1,414 .......... 1,414 12,050 .......... 12,050 12,590 ........... 12,590

74,975 .......... 74,975 893,283 .......... 893,283 1,577,156 .......... 1,577,156

127,034 $397 126,637 780,578 $1,606 778,972 776,340 $490 775,850
8,295 .......... 8,295 41,861 .......... 41,861 39,150 ........... 39,150
230 .......... 230 1,476 .......... 1,476 1,123 ........... 1,123

141 38 103 889 878 11 344 940 -596

-31,559 .......... -31,559 -86,412 .......... -86,412 158,141 ........... 158,141
12,309 .......... 12,309 58,934 .......... 58,934 25,868 ........... 25,868
15,049 .......... 15,049 29,031 .......... 29,031 -62,858 ........... -62,858
-61,554 .......... -61,554 -50,531 .......... -50,531 -151,336 ........... -151,336

-65,613 38 -65,651 -48,089 878 -48,968 -29,841 940 -30,781

14,694 15,389 -695 77,361 94,041 -16,680 58,931 102,313 -43,381
............. -117,853 117,853 ............. 52,523 -52,523 .......... 588,864 -588,864
2,561 .......... 2,561 4,725 .......... 4,725 8,400 ........... 8,400

8,213,445 -102,029 8,315,474 58,900,850 149,049 58,751,801 55,805,605 692,606 55,112,999



-380 .......... -380 67,025 .......... 67,025 -40,188 .......... -40,188
7,797 .......... 7,797 47,533 .......... 47,533 38,183 ........... 38,183
86,124 .......... 86,124 685,050 .......... 685,050 689,775 .......... 689,775
54,522 .......... 54,522 375,207 .......... 375,207 307,892 ........... 307,892
14,576 .......... 14,576 127,933 .......... 127,933 134,121 ........... 134,121
6,576 .......... 6,576 55,691 .......... 55,691 47,200 .......... 47,200
.............. 4,039 -4,039 ............. 37,887 -37,887 ............ 26,511 -26,511

169,215 4,039 165,175 1,358,440 37,887 1,320,553 1,176,983 26,511 1,150,472


5,540 .......... 5,540 36,466 .......... 36,466 35,956 ... 35,956
33,425 37,911 -4,486 181,518 221,185 -39,667 156,660 195,109 -38,449
1,745 24 1,721 12,954 157 12,797 12,366 152 12,213
.............. 252 -252 ............. 1,957 -1,957 ...... .. 1,458 -1,458
-2,093 .......... -2,093 -8,811 .......... -8,811 -7,983 ......... -7,983

207,832 42,227 165,605 1,580,568 261,187 1,319,381 1,373,982 223,230 1,150,751


..........
..........


..........


........... I
...........
...........
... ... ...


TABLE Ill--BUDGET RECEIPTS






TABLE Ill--BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS--Continued (In thousands)

This Month Current Fiscal Year to Date Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year
Classification of
OUTLAYS--Continued Outlays Applicable Net Outlays Applicable Net Applicable Net
Outlays Receipts Outlays Outlays Receipt Outlays Outlays Receipts Outlays


Department of Energy:6
Departmental Operations:
Atomic energy defense activities ...................
General science and research......................
Energy activities ................................
Other ........................................
Power Marketing Administrations ....................
Proprietary receipts from the public..................

Total--Department of Energy ......................

Department of Health, Education, and Welfare:
Public Health Service:
Food and Drug Administration......................
Health Services Administration:
Health services................................
Indian health services and facilities...............
Emergency health............... ...............
Center for Disease Control .......................
National Institutes of Health:
Intragovernmental funds........................
Cancer Research ..............................
Heart, Lung, and Blood Research ...............
Arthritis, Metabolism, and Digestive Diseases ....
Neurological and Communicative Disorders and
Stroke........................................
Allergy and Infectious Diseases ..................
General Medical Sciences.......................
Child Health and Human Development .............
Other research institutes........................
Research resources ............................
Other ..........................................

Total--National Institutes of Health.............

Alcohol, Drug Abuse, and Mental Health
Adm inistration ..................................
Health Resources Administration:
Public enterprise funds .........................
Health resources ..............................
Office of Assistant Secretary for Health............

Total--Public Health Service ..................

Health Care Financing Administration:
Intragovernmental funds..........................
Grants to States for Medicaid ......................
Payments to health care trust funds ................
Quality care management, research, and
administration....................................
Other...................................... ....
Federal hospital insurance trust fund:
Benefit payments .................. ....... ....
Administrative expenses and construction .........

Total--FHI trust fund .........................

Federal supplementary medical ins. trust fund:
Benefit payments ...............................
Administrative expenses and construction .........

Total--FSMI trust fund .......................

Total--Health Care Financing Administration ........

See footnotes on page 3.


$157,482
43,585
249,914
138
24,636
..............


............


............
$29,474
7,120


$157,482
43,585
249,914
138
-4,839
-7,120


$1,121,848
176,949
1,967,399
7,762
226,558
...............


...........



$138,358
234,453


$1,121,848
176,949
1,967,399
7,762
88,200
-234,453


$925,141
86,667
1,752,942
165
139,718
........... 1


.............



$203,145
234,481


$925,141
86,667
1,752,942
165
-63,427
-234,481


475,755 36,594 439,161 3,500,516 372,811 3,127,704 2,904,632 437,626 2,467,006


26,427 622 25,805 166,371 4,334 162,037 145,068 4,264 140,804

166,535 ............ 166,535 735,854 ........... 735,854 661,289 ............. 661,289
37,446 ............ 37,446 255,139 ........... 255,139 214,877 ............. 214,877
-1 ............ -1 -8 ........... -8 7 ............. 7
15,356 ............ 15,356 101,423 ........... 101,423 142,355 ............. 142,355

-16,330 ............ -16,330 -20,177 ........... -20,177 -22,594 ............. -22,594
78,612 ............ 78,612 505,589 ........... 505,589 474,917 ............. 474,917
32,520 ............ 32,520 228,524 ........... 228,524 212,831 ............. 212,831
20,711 ............ 20,711 137,210 ........... 137,210 117,007 ............. 117,007

15,693 ............ 15,693 93,578 ........... 93,578 90,193 ............. 90,193
13,739 ............ 13,739 90,250 ........... 90,250 83,336 ............. 83,336
18,044 ............ 18,044 119,304 ........... 119,304 97,953 ............. 97,953
12,351 ............ 12,351 88,111 .......... 88,111 81,729 ............. 81,729
21,854 ............ 21,854 123,969 ............ 123,969 97,274 ............. 97,274
11,615 ............ 11,615 73,775 ........... 73,775 58,744 ............. 58,744
12,104 ............ 12,104 61,657 ........... 61,657 34,859 ............. 34,859

220,914 ............ 220,914 1,501,790 ........... 1,501,790 1,326,250 ............. 1,326,250


87,721 ............ 87,721 622,244 ........... 622,244 547,764 ............. 547,764

4,198 21 4,177 31,347 13,096 18,251 41,718 25,580 16,138
91,295 ............ 91,295 589,888 ........... 589,888 776,960 ............. 776,960
-71,338 ............ -71,338 -14,841 ........... -14,841 40,582 ............. 40,582

578,552 643 577,909 3,989,207 17,430 3,971,777 3,896,869 29,843 3,867,027


-4,762 ............ -4,762 292 ........... 292 -295 ............. -295
760,090 ............ 760,090 6,080,673 ........... 6,080,673 5,472,164 ............ 5,472,164
514,230 ............ 514,230 4,718,747 ............ 4,718,747 ............... ............. ...............

96,390 ............ 96,390 162,600 ........... 162,600 .............. ............ .........
-19,271 ............ -19,271 70,748 ........... 70,748 38,486 ............. 38,486

1,424,126 ............ 1,424,126 9,902,821 ........... 9,902,821 8,423,102 ............. 8,423,102
45,177 ............ 45,177 187,311 .......... 187,311 184,764 ............. 184,764


1,469,303 ...........


548,319
50,854


599,173


1,469,303


10,090,132


10,090,132


8,607,866


-T -~ _____


548,319
50,854


3,802,977
237,894


1- t I- t


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3,415,152


599,173


3,415,152


4,040,871


25,164,062


3,802,977
237,894


4,040,871


3,309,722
258,129


3,567,852


25,164,062 17,686,073


8,607,866


............. 258,129

............. 3,567,852


............. 17,686,073


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TABLE Ill--BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS-Continued (In thousands)


Classification of
OU T LAYS--Continued


Department of Health, Education, and Welfare--Continued
Education Division:
Office of Education:
Public enterprise funds:
Student loan insurance fund ...................
Higher education facilities loan and insurance
fund ................... ...... .........
Elementary and secondary education .............
Indian education ..............................
School assistance in federally affected areas......
Emergency school aid..........................
Education for the handicapped...................
Occupational, vocational, and adult education .....
Student assistance, higher and continued
education ....................... ........
Library resources ............................
Salaries and expenses.........................
Other.............................. ..........

Total--Office of Education ...................

National Institute of Education ...................
Office of the Assistant Secretary for Education......

Total--Education Division ....................

Social Security Administration:
Payments to social security trust funds ............
Special benefits for disabled coal miners...........
Supplemental security income program............
Assistance payments program ...................
Refugee assistance..............................
Other.................... .......................
Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund:
Benefit payments ................ .............
Administrative expenses and construction ........
Payment to railroad retirement account..........
Vocational rehabilitation services ...............

Total--FOASI trust fund .....................

Federal disability insurance trust fund:
Benefit payments .............................
Administrative expenses and construction ........
Payment to railroad retirement account..........
Vocational rehabilitation services ..............

Total--FDI trust fund .......................

Total--Social Security Administration ...........

Special Institutions:
American Printing House for the Blind.............
National Technical Institute for the Deaf ...........
Gallaudet College.............................
Howard University.............................

Total--Special Institutions.......................


This Month


Outlays


Applicable
Receipts


Net
Outlays


Current Fiscal Year to Date


Outlays


-1 t


$36,382

248
279,146
2,029
27,488
20,462
34,936
54,426

158,934
22,039
11,475
-2,531


"8.920

2,402
...........
...........
...........
...........


645,034 11,322

6,445 ...........
2,504 ...........


653,983


81,341
-48,379
557,926
6,917
1


6,455,319
_____________ 4 4


6,455,319
106,279

983

6,562,581


$27,462

-2,154
279,146
2,029
27,488
20,462
34,936
54,426

158.934
22,039
11,475
-2,531

633,712

6,445
2,504


$225,495

29,417
1,684,718
35,090
338,478
136,505
179,486
431,937

1,582,096
117,923
74,901
25,042

4,861,088

38,331
14,064


Applicable
Receipts






$16,479

17,525
...........

...........





...........


34,004


Net
Outlays






.209 016

11,892
1,684,718
35,090
338,478
136,505
179,486
431,937

1,582,096
117,923
74,901
25,042


4,827,084

38,331
14,064


Comparable Period Pri.,ir Fiscal Year


Outlays






$84,993

5,674
1,340,719
31,326
348,427
155,441
148,151
417,911

1,739,803
92,899
67,884
20,382


4,453,612

38,164
14,588


Applicable
Receipts






11 465

15,550
............
............

............





............


27,014


__ I 1


11,322 642,661


81,341
-48,379
557,926
6,917
1

6,455,319
106,279

983

6,562,581


4,913,484 34,004


740,930
573,840
3,106,231
3,868,567
68,315
3

45,013,407
627,644

3,933

45,644,983


4,879,480


740,930
573,840
3,106,231
3,868,567
68,315
3

45,013,407
627,644

3,933

45,644,983


4,506,365 27,014


............
............
............


4,715,103
559,311
3,064,945
3,666,535
87,471


40,728,790
612,319

1,929


41,343,038 ............


Net
Outlays






$73,529

-9,876
1,340,719
31,326
348,427
155,441
148,151
417,911

1,739,803
92,899
67,884
20,382


4,426,598

38,164
14,588


4,479,351


4,715,103
559,311
3,064,945
3,666,535
87,471
................


40,2879


40,728,790
612,319
1,929


41,343,038


1,007,446 ........... 1,007,446 6,982,816 ........... 6,982,816 6,304,663 ............ 6,304,663
2,615 ........... 2,615 189,865 ........... 189,865 231,999 ............ 231,999

6,017 ........... 6,017 45,167 ........... 45,167 42,016 ............ 42,016

1,016,078 ........... 1,016,078 7,217,848 ........... 7,217,848 6,578,679 .... ..... 6,578,679

8,176,465 ........... 8,176,465 61,220,717 ........... 61,220,717 60,015,081 ............ 60,015,081


291 ........... 291 2,040 ........... 2,040 1,757 ............ 1,757
-624 ........... -624 6,468 ........... 6,468 7,191 ............ 7,191
2,366 ........... 2,366 19,790 ........... 19,790 20,926 ............ 20,926
1,777 ........... 1,777 51,707 ........... 51,707 56,884 ........... 56,884

3,810 ........... 3,810 80,004 ........... 80,004 86,757 ............ 86,757


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TABLE Ill--BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS--Continued (In thousands)

This Month Current Fiscal Year to Date Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year
Classification of
OUTLAYS--Continued tla Applicable Net OutlaApplicable Net Outlas Applicable Net
Outlays Receipts OuOutlaystlays Receipts Outlays Outlays Receipts Outlays


Department of Health, Education and Welfare--Continued
Human Development Services:
Grants to states for social services ................
Human development services ......................
Work incentives ..................................
Research and training activities overseas ...........

Total--Human Development Services..............

Departmental Management:
Intragovernmental funds...........................
General departmental management .................
Office for Civil Rights ............................
Other ...........................................
Proprietary receipts from the public ...............

Intrabudgetary transactions:
Payments for health insurance for the aged:
Federal hospital insurance trust fund .............
Federal supplementary medical insurance trust fund
Payments for military service credits and special
benefits for the aged:
Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund.
Federal disability insurance trust fund.............
Federal hospital insurance trust fund .............
Receipts transferred to railroad retirement account..
Interest on reimbursement of administrative and
vocational rehabilitation expenses:
Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund..
Federal disability insurance trust fund ............
Federal hospital insurance trust fund .............
Federal supplementary medical insurance trust fund
Other ...........................................

Total--Department of Health, Educ. & Welfare ......

Department of Housing and Urban Development:
Housing Programs:
Public enterprise funds:
Federal Housing Administration fund .............
Housing for the elderly or handicapped fund7 ......
College housing--loans and other expenses ........
Other .........................................
Disaster assistance fund ..........................
Subsidized housing programs ......................
Payments for operation of low income housing
projects ........................................

Total--Housing Programs .......................

Government National Mortgage Association:
Special assistance functions fund ...................
Emergency mortgage purchase assistance ..........
Management and liquidating functions fund............
Guarantees of mortgage-backed securities ..........
Participation sales fund ..........................

Total--Government National Mortgage Association .


$154,843
273,102
24,710
180


$154,843
273,102
24.710
180


$1,458,082
1,304,905
217,347
1,202


$1,458,082
1,304,905
217,347
1,202


$1,433,760
1,133,968
221,158
2,039


$1,433,760
1,133,968
221,158
2,039


452,834 .......... 452,834 2,981,535 ........... 2,981,535 2,790,925 ........... 2,790,925


-13,874 .......... -13,874 11,553 ........... 11,553 149,158 ........... 149,158
6,076 .......... 6,076 47,457 ........... 47,457 63,231 ........... 63,231
3,014 .......... 3,014 19,430 ........... 19,430 12,269 ........... 12,269
4,437 .......... 4,437 31,585 ........... 31,585 12,240 ........... 12,240
7........ ,404 7,404 .............. $17,989 -17,989 ............. $22,291 -22,291



............. .......... .......... -716,941 ........... -716,941 -803,000 ........... -803,000
-519,455 .......... -519,455 -3,864,034 ........... -3,864,034 -3,054,188 ........... -3,054,188


............. .......... ......... -612,927 ........... -612,927 -613,902 ........... -613,902
............. .......... ......... -128,003 ........... -128,003 -103,000 ........... -103,000
............. ......... .......... -142,997 ........... -142,997 -141,000 ........... -141,000
. ......... .......... .......... ....... .... .. .......... ............ ............. ........... ..............


1,794 .......... 1,794 1,794 ........... 1,794 3,224 ........... 3,224
-2,098 .......... -2,098 -2,098 ........... -2,098 2,267 ........... 2,267
88 .......... 88 88 ........... 88 -1,096 ........... -1,096
217 .......... 217 217 ........... 217 -4,395 ......... -4,395
............. .......... .......-24,641 ........... -24,641 -7,318 ........ -7,318

12,760,995 4,561 12,756,433 92,969,492 69,422 92,900,069 84,496,562 79,149 84,417,413




99,008 93,963 5,045 952,294 726,938 225,356 1,084,316 781,746 302,570
12,925 1,968 10,957 66,183 13,599 52,583 6,122 12,489 -6,368
4,146 33,363 -29,217 55,492 119,858 -64,366 50,355 120,471 -70,116
13,908 17,900 -3,992 149,709 125,250 24,459 228,501 205,660 22,842
5,154 .......... 5,154 54,701 ........... 54,701 -9,701 ........... -9,701
267,041 .......... 267,041 1,670,223 ........... 1,670,223 1,400,758 ........... 1,400,758

73,440 .......... 73,440 393,168 ........... 393,168 281,791 ........... 281,791

475,622 147,194 328,429 3,341,770 985,645 2,356,125 3,042,142 1,120,366 1,921,776


57,388 158,985 -101,597 434,478 427,023 7,455 924,965 1,657,192 -732,227
88,414 40,683 47,731 410,446 568,299 -157,853 ............. ... ... .............
4,595 7,059 -2,463 47,584 76,052 -28,468 46,919 61,365 -14,447
3,069 5,252 -2,183 7,911 26,919 -19,008 4,190 17,340 -13,150
8,816 .......... 8,816 -4,261 ........... -4,261 10,893 ........... 10,893

162,283 211,979 -49,696 896,157 1,098,293 -202,136 986,967 1,735,897 -748,930


See footnotes on page 3.


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TABLE I--BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS--Continued (In thousands)


Classification of
OUTLAYS--Continued


Outlays


This Month

Applicable
Receipts


Net
Outlays


Current Fiscal Year to Date


Outlays


Applicable
Receipts


Net
Outlays


Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year


Outlays


F + F~ + 4 + + F


Department of Housing and Urban Development--Continued
Community Planning and Development:
Public enterprise funds:
Rehabilitation loan fund...........................
Urban renewal programs .........................
Community development grants.....................
Comprehensive planning grants .....................
Other.............................................

Total--Community Planning and Development.......

New Communities Administration .....................
Federal Insurance Administration .....................
Neighborhoods, Voluntary Associations, and Consumer
Protection .........................................
Policy Development and Research .....................
Management and Administration.......................
Proprietary receipts from the public ..................

Total--Department of Housing and Urban Development.

Department of the Interior:
Land and Water Resources:
Bureau of Land Management:
Management of lands and resources ...............
Payments in lieu of taxes .......................
Payments to states from receipts under Mineral
Leasing Act ....................................
Other ..........................................
Bureau of Reclamation:
Colorado River projects..........................
Construction and rehabilitation....................
Operation and maintenance .......................
Other...........................................
Office of Water Research and Technology .............

Total--Land and Water Resources ...............

Fish and Wildlife and Parks:
Bureau of Outdoor Recreation.......................
United States Fish and Wildlife Service:
Resource management............................
Recreational resources ..........................
Other...........................................
National Park Service:
Operation of the national park system ..............
Construction .......................................
Other...........................................

Total--Fish and Wildlife and Parks ................

Energy and Minerals:
Geological Survey ........... ............. ...........
Mining Enforcement and Safety Administration........
Bureau of Mines..................................

Total--Energy and Minerals ......................

See footnotes on page 3.


$6,872
20,207
187,769
5,107
864

220,819

1,694
20,157

436
2,896
31,854
............

915,762




21,582
(*)


10,081

11,798
19,491
6,450
15,483
1,487

86,373


31,269

13,704
7,668
2,484

22,823
8,187
2,006


-2,860
12,291
..........



15,152

4,223
10,592

..........

.......46


389,485


4,782





4,782
4,782


t4,011
7,915
187,769
5,107
864

205,667

-2,530
9,565

436
2,896
31,854
-346


$52,374
304,805
1,341,393
41,556
6,960


3120,258
84,804
..........o
..........


1,747,088 105,062


94,357
109,230

2,546
31,427
143,659
...........


__ I


526,277




21,582
(*)


10,081

7,015
19,491
6,450
15,483
1,487

81,590


31,269

13,704
7,668
2,484

22,823
8,187
2,006


6,366,233




154,937
33

84,551
154,920

96,199
186,680
44,439
76,932
7,742

806,433


6,834
48,318




1,928

2,246,080


..........
..........

33,038
..........
..........
..........
..........


4.32,116
220,000
1,341,393
41,556
6,960

1,642,025

87,524
60,911

2,546
31,427
143,659
-1,928

4,120,154


154,937
33

84,551
154,920

63,160
186,680
44,439
76,932
7,742


830,463
655,847
1,102,520
49,772
11,691

1,850,292

38,530
56,405

174
38,526
122,923
...........


6,135,959




168,934


105,130
62,026

91,816
301,383
74,960
82,811
6,345


Applicable
Receipts


:!14,383
145,265
............
............


159,648

325
6,961


...... .633
633


3,023,830


............
....... I....

43,180
............
............
............
............


t-I FF


33,038


773,395


893,405


___________ _. _____________ L~. iv__ ~ ~_~.


252,712

97,080
51,458
40,241

177,889
39,728
22,876


252,712

97,080
51,458
40,241

177,889
39,728
22,876


188,406

75,146
52,019
19,549

154,355
41,106
30,491


43,180


Net
Outlays


"16,080
510,582
1,102,520
49,772
11,691

1,690,644

38,205
49,444

174
38,526
122,923
-633


3,112,129




168,934
.............

105,130
62,026

48,636
301,383
74,960
82,811
6,345

850,224


188,406

75,146
52,019
19,549

154,355
41,106
30,491


88,142 .......... 88,142 681,984 .......... 681,984 561,072 ............ 561,072


55,696 ......... 55,696 286,676 .......... 286,676 185,819 ............ 185,819
115 ......... 115 681 .......... 681 -47 ............ -47
10,885 614 10,271 81,020 7,587 73,433 90,530 5,920 84,611

66,697 614 66,083 368,377 7,587 360,790 276,303 5,920 270,383


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TABLE III--BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS--Continued (In thousands)


This Month Current Fiscal Year to Date Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year
Classification of
OUTLAYS--Continued Outlays Applicable Net Outlays Applicable Net outlays Applicable Net
Receipts Outlays Receipts Outlays Outlays Receipts Outlays


Department of the Interior--Continued
Bureau of Indian Affairs:
Public enterprise funds ...........................
Operation of Indian programs ......................
Construction .....................................
Indian tribal funds ................................
Other ......................... ..................

Total--Bureau of Indian Affairs .................

Office of Territorial Affairs ........................
Office of the Solicitor and Office of the Secretary.......
Proprietary receipts from the public..................
Intrabudgetary transactions..........................

Total--Department of the Interior ..................

Department of Justice:
General Administration .............................
Legal Activities ....................................
Federal Bureau of Investigation ......................
Immigration and Naturalization Service ...............
Drug Enforcement Administration ....................
Federal Prison System ..............................
Law Enforcement Assistance Administration ..........
Proprietary receipts from the public..................

Total--Department of Justice ........................

Department of Labor:
Employment and Training Administration:
Program administration...........................
Employment and training assistance ................
Community service employment for older Americans.
Temporary employment assistance .................
Federal unemployment benefits and allowances ......
Grants to States for unemployment insurance and
employment services ............................
Advances to the unemployment trust fund and other
funds ...........................................
Other............................................

Unemployment trust fund:
Federal--State unemployment insurance:
State unemployment benefits .....................
Grants to States for unemployment insurance and
employment services ..........................
Federal administrative expenses .................
Interest on refunds of taxes ......................
Railroad--unemployment insurance:
Railroad unemployment benefits ................
Administrative expenses ........................
Payment of interest on advances from railroad
retirement account ............................

Total--Unemployment trust fund..................

Total--Employment and Training Administration .....

See footnotes on page 3.


$2,672
52,513
-696
6,907
3,346

64,741


________ 1-


1,305
3,183
.............


$386





386


82,189


$2,286
52,513
-696
6,907
3,346

64,355


1,305
3,183
-82,189
(*)


$10,096
383,318
78,389
106,766
21,218

599,787


85,193
14,801

-30,568


$4,408


4,408..

4,408


635,048
..........


5.689
383,318
78,389
106,766
21,218


595,379


85,193
14,801
-635,048
-30,568


7,600
359,099
82,388
124,346
53,348

626,781


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83,032
26,956

-36,347


2,665



............


2,665


............
663,496
............


$4,935
359,099
82,388
124,346
53,348


624,116


83,032
26,956
-663,496
-36,347


310,440 87,972 222,468 2,526,006 680,080 1,845,926 2,431,201 715,261 1,715,940


-181 ......... -181 15,574 .......... 15,574 14,731 ............ 14,731
32,679 ......... 32,679 197,734 .......... 197,734 181,859 ............ 181,859
46,052 ......... 46,052 324,456 .......... 324,456 305,002 ............ 305,002
23,581 ......... 23,581 156,300 .......... 156,300 139,615 ............ 139,615
16,794 ......... 16,794 102,017 .......... 102,017 97,824 ............ 97,824
31,289 768 30,521 182,159 6,769 175,389 143,537 5,796 137,741
63,976 ......... 63,976 429,212 7 429,206 510,679 ............ 510,679
............. 239 -239 ....... ,601 -5,601 ........... 2,701 -2,701

214,190 1,007 213,182 1,407,454 12,377 1,395,076 1,393,246 8,497 1,384,749


5,919
348,796
12,909
399,631
96,203

-15,459

110,000
-4,741



770,952

140,915
7,635
98

15,547
821

.............

935,968

1,889,225


5,919
348,796
12,909
399,631
96,203

-15,459

110,000
-4,741


:- -. ,


770,952

140,915
7,635
98

15,547
821



935,968

1.889.225


49,398
2,191,793
63,272
2,617,917
769,076

50,228

845,000
-7,441


6,241,685

834,034
50,737
431

126,477
5,843

132

7,259,340

13,838,582


49,398
2,191,793
63,272
2,617,917
769,076

50,228

845,000
-7,441


46,662
1,481,356
28,408
1,173,818
451,777

78,740

3,734,948
-942


F F F


6,241,685

834,034
50,737
431

126,477
5.843


.......... 132

.......... 7,259,340

.......... 13,838,582


8,075,647

820,510
40,652
398

121,204
5,772

-108

9,064,075


46,662
1,481,356
28,408
1,173,818
451,777

78,740

3,734,948
-942


8,075,647

820,510
40,652
398

121,204
5,772

-108

9,064,075


F --- ____________ ~ -


16.058.844


16,058,844


..........
..........
..........


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.............
.............


.. .. ... .. .. ..


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..........
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TABLE Ill--BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS--Continued (In thousands)


Classification of
OUTLAYS--Continued


Department of Labor--Continued
Labor-Management Services Administration ..........
Employment Standards Administration:
Salaries and expenses ............................
Special benefits ..................................
Special workers compensation expenses.............
Black Lung disability trust fund:5
Benefit payments ...............................
Other ......................... ..............
Occupational Safety and Health Administration .........
Mine Safety and Health Administration8 ...............
Bureau of Labor Statistics...........................
Departmental Management...........................
Proprietary receipts from the public .................
Intrabudgetary transactions..........................

Total--Department of Labor .......................

Department of State:
Administration of Foreign Affairs:
Salaries and expenses.............................
Acquisition, operation and maintenance of buildings
abroad........................................
Payment to Foreign Service retirement and disability
fund ............................................
Foreign Service retirement and disability fund ......
Other............................................

Total--Administration of Foreign Affairs .........

International Organizations and Conferences...........
International Commissions ..........................
Other..............................................
Proprietary receipts from the public .................
Intrabudgetary transactions:
Foreign Service retirement and disability fund:
Receipts transferred to Civil Service retirement
and disability fund .............................
General fund contributions.......................
Other .........................................

Total--Department of State ......................

Department of Transportation:
Office of the Secretary ..............................
Coast Guard:
Intragovernmental funds................ .........
Operating expenses ...............................
Acquisition, construction, and improvements........
Retired pay ......................................
Other............................................

Total--Coast Guard.............................


This Month


Outlays Applicable
Receipts


Net
Outlays


Current Fiscal Year to Date


Outlays


Applicable Net
Receipts Outlays


C'-iIIarable Period Prior Fiscal Year


Outlays


Applicable
Receipts


4 4 + -~ -I -4-


3,902

8,434
51,824
401

.............
-51
12,181
9,152
8,580
8,333
... .-110,000
-110,000


1,881,981


..........
..........2
..........

..........
..........
..........
..........
..........


:3,902

8,434
51,824
401


-51
12,181
9,152
8,580
8,333
-202
-110,000

1,881,779


p30,608

62,353
1,913
2,773

............

82,246
64,072
49,280
36,673
... 845....
-845,000


13,323,450


.... ......
.. ........






..........
237 .


2,376


130,608

62,353
1,913
2,773

...........
-51
82,246
64,072
49,280
36,673
-2,376
-845,000


$28,008

60,460
58,434
2,152

..............

74,295
57,580
47,019
15,012

-3,023,000


...........

...........
...........
...........
...........
...........

...........
$972
...........


__ __ I __ I


13,321,074


13,378,802


Net
Outlays



$28,008

60,460
58,434
2,152

............

74,295
57,580
47.019
15.012
-972
-3,023,000

13,377,831


51,368 .......... 51,368 376,482 .......... 376,482 346,592 ........... 346,592

-10,069 .......... -10,069 15,554 .......... 15,554 5,174 ........... 5,174

............. .......... .......... 26,599 .......... 26,599 8,055 ........... 8,055
7,191 .......... 7,191 52,536 .......... 52,536 47,885 ........... 47,885
538 .......... 538 4,061 .......... 4,061 3,201 ........... 3,201

49,027 .......... 49,027 475,232 .......... 475,232 410,908 ........... 410,908

92,088 .......... 92,088 299,670 .......... 299,670 248,840 ........... 248,840
2,121 .......... 2,121 10,768 .......... 10,768 10,182 ........... 10,182
12,128 .......... 12,128 44,186 .......... 44,186 40,537 ........... 40,537
............. -3,773 3,773 ............ -5,233 5,233 ............. -4,919 4,919



............. .......... ......... -226 .......... -226 -70 ........... -70
............. .......... ......... -48,049 .......... -48,049 -24,735 ........... -24,735
-43 .......... -43 -259 .......... -259 -259 ........... -259

155,322 -3,773 159,095 781,321 -5,233 786,554 685,403 -4,919 690,322


3,246 .......... 3,246 18,072 .......... 18,072 34,874 ........... 34,874


76,172 76,172 526,525 .......... 526,525 481,757 ........... 481,757
29,421 .......... 29,421 90,514 ......... 90,514 64,299 ........... 64,299
14,176 .......... 14,176 90,667 .......... 90,667 79,471 ........... 79,471
8,697 352 8,344 56,361 2,787 53,574 43,937 3,107 40,830

128,466 352 128,113 764,067 2,787 761,280 669,464 3,107 666,357


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TABLE III--BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS--Continued (In thousands)


This Month Current Fiscal Year to Date Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year
Classification of
OUTLAYS--Continued Outlays Applicable Net Outlays Applicable Net Outlays Applicable Net
Receipts Outlays Receipts Outlays Receipts Outlays


Department of Transportation--Continued
Federal Aviation Administration:
Aviation war risk insurance revolving fund .........
Operations ......................................
Other...........................................
Airport and airway trust fund:
Grants-in-aid for airports......................
Facilities and equipment .......................
Research, engineering and development..........
Interest on refunds of taxes .....................
Operations ....................................

Total--Airport and airway trust fund............

Total--Federal Aviation Administration..........

Federal Highway Administration:
Highway trust fund:
Federal-aid highways ..........................
Right-of-way revolving fund ....................
Other ........................................
Off-systems roads programs .....................
Other programs .................................

Total--Federal Highway Administration..........

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration:
Traffic and highway safety........................
Trust fund share of traffic safety programs..........
Other ..........................................
Federal Railroad Administration:
Railroad rehabilitation and improvement financing
funds .........................................
Railroad research and development...............
Rail service assistance...........................
Northeast corridor improvement program...........
Grants to National Railroad Passenger Corporation .
Other ..........................................

Total--Federal Railroad Administration .........

Urban Mass Transportation Administration...........
Other............................................
Proprietary receipts from the public ................

Total--Department of Transportation ...............

Department of me Treasury:
Office of the Secretary .............................
Office of Revenue Sharing:
Salaries and expenses............................
Antirecession financial assistance fund ............
General Revenue Sharing ...........................
Federal Law Enforcement Training Center ...........
Bureau of Government Financial Operations:
Salaries and expenses..........................
New York City seasonal financing fund..............
Claims, judgements, and relief acts...............
Other ..........................................


Total--Bureau of Government Financial
Operations........................


-$502
146,336
3,340


(*)


-8502
146,336
3,340


501
1,098,648
23,492


$13
.........


-5514
1,098,648
23,492


-$514
1,007,833
22,216


$3
............
............


-$517
1,007,833
22,216


35,070 ......... 35,070 299,087 ......... 299,087 148,068 ............ 148,068
17,139 ......... 17,139 122,844 ......... 122,844 109,996 .......... 109,996
5,602 ......... 5,602 40,020 ......... 40,020 40,907 ............ 40,907
............. ......... ..... ... 26 ......... 26 6 ............ 6
22 ......... 2253 ........ 53 -25 .......... -25

57,833 ......... 57,833 462,030 ......... 462,030 298,952 ............ 298,952

207,007 (*) 207,006 1,583,669 13 1,583,656 1,328,487 3 1,328,484


298,982 ......... 298,982 3,096,843 ......... 3,096,843 3,201,853 ............ 3,201,853
2,400 ......... 2,400 -4,942 ......... -4,942 11,253 ............ 11,253
7,473 ......... 7,473 25,857 ......... 25,857 19,899 ............ 19,899
9,116 ......... 9,116 46,978 ......... 46,978 31,105 ............ 31,105
3,266 ......... 3,266 46,146 ......... 46,146 38,047 ............ 38,047

321,237 ......... 321,237 3,210,881 ......... 3,210,881 3,302,156 ............ 3,302,156


9,866 ......... 9,866 39,560 ......... 39,560 26,371 ............ 26,371
24,300 ......... 24,300 84,900 ......... 84,900 59,000 ............ 59,000
-14,260 ......... -14,260 -6,130 ......... -6,130 2,443 ............ 2,443


4,524 ......... 4,524 31,449 ......... 31,449 -46 ............ -46
12,493 ......... 12,493 42,941 ......... 42,941 34,655 ............ 34,655
4,196 ......... 4,196 24,807 ......... 24,807 16,397 ............ 16,397
11,311 ......... 11,311 93,523 ......... 93,523 18,378 ............ 18,378
151,355 ......... 151,355 533,800 ......... 533,800 546,952 ........... 546,952
5,167 83,690 1,477 40,804 23,917 16,887 46,284 28,427 17,857

189,046 3,690 185,356 767,325 23,917 743,408 662,620 28,427 634,193

164,631 ........ 164,631 1,136,510 ......... 1,136,510 995,848 898 994,950
-159 33 -193 -1,289 5,291 -6,580 -1,067 3,517 -4,584
............. 2,742 -2,742 ........... 21,980 -21,980 ............ 23,260 -23,260

1,033,378 6,818 1,026,560 7,597,565 53,988 7,543,576 7,080,196 59,212 7,020,984


2,621 ......... 2,621 15,292 264 15,028 24,530 ............ 24,530

510 ......... 510 3,360 ......... 3,360 2,159 ............ 2,159
305,754 ......... 305,754 1,140,221 ......... 1,140,221 1,181,719 ........... 1,181,719
1,704,689 ......... 1,704,689 5,117,254 ......... 5,117,254 5,064,160 ............ 5,064,160
1,545 ......... 1,545 9,387 .......... 9,387 8,689 ............ 8,689

14,378 ......... 14,378 86,184 ......... 86,184 86,434 ......... 86,434
108 ......... 108 676 ......... 676 1,025,445 1,025,000 445
23,940 ......... 23,940 139,606 ......... 139,606 66,372 ............ 66,372
501 ......... 501 6,161 ......... 6,161 6,347 ............ 6,347


.......... 38,927


38,927


232.627


See footnotes on page 3.


232.627


1.184,597


1,025,000


159,597


... .. .. .. ... .. .. ..


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TABLE Ill--BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS--Continued (In thousands)


Classification of
OUTLAYS--Continued


Department of the Treasury--Continued
Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms ...........
United States Customs Service ......................
Bureau of Engraving and Printing ...................
Bureau of the Mint.................................
Bureau of the Public Debt...........................
Internal Revenue Service:
Federal tax lien revolving fund ....................
Salaries and expenses...........................
Accounts, collection and taxpayer service...........
Compliance .....................................
Interest on refund of taxes ........................
Internal revenue collections for Puerto Rico.........

Total--Internal Revenue Service .................

United States Secret Service ........................
Comptroller of the Currency ........................
Interest on the public debt:
Public issues (accrual basis).....................
Special issues (cash basis)........................

Total--Interest on the public debt ................

Proprietary receipts from the public .................
Receipts from off-budget Federal agencies ...........
Intrabudgetary transactions.........................

Total--Department of the Treasury ................

Environmental Protection Agency:
Agency and regional management....................
Research and development:
Energy supply ...................................
Pollution control and abatement ...................
Abatement and control .............................
Enforcem ent ......................................
Construction grants................................
Other........................................... ...
Proprietary receipts from the public.................

Total--Environmental Protection Agency..............

General Services Administration:
Real Property Activities ...........................
Personal Property Activities .......................
Records Activities.................................
Preparedness Activities............................
General Activities .................................
Other.............................................
Proprietary receipts from the public:
Stockpile receipts ...............................
Other...........................................
Intrabudgetary transactions.........................

Total--General Services Administration .............


This Month


Outlays



11,198
54,264
-3,168
3,347
8,767

55
4,966
93,746
84,972
23,956
15,597

223,294
11,028
7,217

3,355,674
137,151

3,492,825

.............

-21,570

5,841,249


7,756

17,306
2,440
42,820
3,929
210,957
962


286,170


-186,714
357
9,195
2,721
9,439
-12,324


-80

-177,405


Applicable
Receipts


$122





122

330





31,816
161,706


193,974


"""...... iii
118
80

198



428

""46

4,708
5,755

10,937


Net
Outlays


$11,198
54,264
-3,168
3,347
8,767

-68
4,966
93,746
84,972
23,956
15,597

223,171
11,028
6,887

3,355,674
137,151

3,492,825

-31,816
-161,706
-21,570

5,647,275


7,756

17,306
2,440
42,820
3,929
210,957
844
-80

285,972


-186,714
357
8,767
2,721
9,393
-12,324
-4,708
-5,755
-80

-188,342


Current Fiscal Year to Date


Outlays



74,676
368,619
-9,192
23,086
69,924
-y
926
30,750
546,946
575,383
177,430
104,203

1,435,637
74,370
52,318

22,067,313
4,757,292

26,824,605

.............

-1,151,058

34,281,126


39,888

129,356
22,864
242,725
37,393
1,747,149
2,744


2,222,119


-322,905
108,625
49,392
19,401
56,787
-8,320


-632

-97,651


Applicable
Receipts


..........
..........
..........



487





487

46,596

..........
..........


332,760
1,397,741


1,777,848


..........



272
250

522



2,956

427

41,258
28,212

72...853
72,853


Net
Outlays


74,676
368,619
-9,192
23,086
69,924

439
30,750
546,946
575,383
177,430
104,203

1,435,149
74,370
5,722

22,067,313
4,757,292

26,824,605

-332,760
-1,397,741
-1,151,058

32,503,278

39,888

129,356
22,864
242,725
37,393
1,747,149
2,472
-250

2,221,597


-322,905
108,625
46,437
19,401
56,360
-8,320
-41,258
-28,212
-632

-170,504


Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year


Outlays



67,211
355,729
-1,754
24,899
59,516

343
29,423
507,569
516,384
164,636
88,761

1,307,116
72,614
47,673


19,281,939 ..........
4,361,085 ..........


23,643,024


-1,168,348

31,873,533

42,500

94,012
50,016
225,360
30,890
1,925,816
11,104


2,379,698


-266,094
70,939
44,905
9,976
47,656
-28,967


-384

-121,968


Applicable
Receipts








$411





411

...42.985
42,985


266,120
1,075,729


2,410,244


...........



366
128

494


...........

2,053
11
587

85,873
16,757


105,281


Net
Outlays


67,211
355,729
-1,754
24,899
59,516

-67
29,423
507,569
516,384
164,636
88,761

1,306,706
72,614
4,689

19,281,939
4,361,085
23,643,024

-266,120
-1,075,729
-1,168,348

29,463,289


42,500

94,012
50,016
225,360
30,890
1,925,816
10,738
-128

2,379,204


-266,094
70,939
42,852
9,966
47,069
-28,967
-85,873
-16,757
-384

-227,249







TABLE III--BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS--Continued (In thousands)

This Month Current Fiscal Year to Date Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year
Classification of
OUTLAYS--Continued Outlas Applicable Net Outlays Applicable Net Outlays Applicable Net
S Receipts Outlaysays Receipts Outlays Receipts Outlays


National Aeronautics and Space Administration:
Research and development...........................
Construction of facilities ............................
Research and program management...................
Other..............................................
Proprietary receipts from the public .................

Total--National Aeronautics and Space
Administration ..................................

Veterans Administration:
Public enterprise funds:
Loan guaranty revolving fund ......................
Direct loan revolving fund .........................
Veterans reopened insurance fund ..................
Education loan fund ...............................
Other............................................
Compensation and pensions ........................
Readjustment benefits .................................
Medical care ........................................
Medical and prosthetic research .....................
General operating expenses.............. ............
Construction projects ..............................
Insurance funds:
National service life .............................
Government life ..................................
Veterans special life..............................
Other........................... .... .............
Proprietary receipts from the public:
National service life ..............................
Government life .......... ....................
Other ................................... .....
Intrabudgetary transactions..........................

Total--Veterans Administration..................

Independent Agencies:
Action.............................................
Arms Control and Disarmament Agency ..............
Board for International Broadcasting..................
Civil Aeronautics Board.............................
Civil Service Commission:
Civil service retirement and disability fund .........
Payment to civil service retirement and disability
fund ...........................................
Salaries and expenses.............................
Government payment for annuitants, employees
health benefits ..................................
Employees health benefits fund.....................
Employees life insurance fund ...................
Retired employees health benefits fund..............
Other............................................
Proprietary receipts from the public ...............
Intrabudgetary transactions:
Civil service retirement and disability fund:
Receipts transferred to Foreign Service
retirement and disability fund.................
General fund contributions.....................
Other ..................................... ..

Total--Civil Service Commission.................


$234,132
11,121
70,613
510
..............


316,376


47,051
5,664
2,270
4,345
22,035
53,842
51,704
371,638
8,890
48,614
20,830

56,164
4.956
2,920
8,016


....... .. ...
-157


$234,132
11,121
70,613
510
-341


316,035


$1,737,403
69,325
505,560
506
..............


2,312,794


$1,966


1,966


$1,737,403
69,325
505,560
506
-1,966


2,310,828


$1,783,630
53,325
505,694
1,104
.......... I ...


2,343,753


$1,262


1,262


4 I 4 *


68,621
10,892
2,141
22
22,353




.....,508
..........
..........
..........
..........



4,508
..........,


40,620
384
3,244
.......


-21,569
-5,228
128
4,323
-318
53,842
51,704
371,638
8,890
48,614
20,830

56,164
4,956
-1,588
8,016

-40,620
-384
-3,244
-157


315,939
59,379
12,529
26,686
162,702
5,600,747
2,196,078
2,725,220
64,260
327,278
140,264

369,507
4,941
18,284
59,686


.......30,458.
......... ....

30,458


293,265
79,638
27,440
126
160,352
..........







48,290


279,213
2,921
18,307
.....,.....


22,674
-20,259
-14,911
26,560
2,350
5,600,747
2,196,078
2,725,220
64,260
327,278
140,264

369,507
4,941
-30,006
59,686

-279,213
-2,921
-18,307
30,458


317,144
72,740
12,241
7,166
162,998
5,223,160
2,632,124
2,464,414
62,360
308,987
130,845

493,120
49,859
18,954
54,881


-1,246.........
..............
..............
-1,246


328,960
91,094
26,324
35
160,694
...........
....o ......

...........
...........

..........

42,664
...........

283,468
3,314
1,867
...........


$1,783,630
53,325
505,694
1,104
-1,262


2,342,491


-11,816
-18,355
-14,083
7,131
2,304
5,223,160
2,632,124
2,464,414
62,360
308,987
130,845

493,120
49,859
-23,710
54,881

-283,468
-3,314
-1,867
-1,246


708,781 152,785 555,995 12,113,960 909,553 11,204,407 12,009,747 938,422 11,071,324

14,577 16 14,561 117,646 64 117,581 108,680 192 108,488
741 .......... 741 6,381 .......... 6,381 4,725 ........... 4,725
10,178 .......... 10,178 40,293 .......... 40,293 33,828 ........... 33,828
8,155 4 8,151 61,273 91 61,182 62,688 103 62,585


910,610

93
16,449

43,631
264,535
36,285
1,320
398



-543
-507
-1,200


1,271,071


247,196
55,072
692

.. ........



..........


910,610

93
16,449

43,631
17,339
-18,787
628
398
-1



-543
-507
-1,200


t I- -4


302,961


968,110


6,216,368

651
91,963

242,461
1,695,859
253,671
7,486
11,108
.............


-5,988
-1,065
-10,578


8,501,935


..........
1,675,130
506,875
4,987

1,714



..........
..........


2,188,707


6,216,368

651
91,963

242,461
20,729
-253,204
2,499
11,108
-1,714


-5,988
-1,065
-10,578


6,313,228


5,398,813

504
76,208

212,564
1,508,372
251,818
7,969
6,548



-8,404
-504

7,453,887


1,499,633
462,573
5,170
. ... I. *,
1,215




1,968,590....
...........


1,968,590


See footnotes on page 3.


5,398,813

504
76,208

212,564
8,740
-210,755
2,799
6,548
-1,215


-8,404
-504

5,485,297


. ......................... ........... ......................... -- .................................. .... I. .. .. "I'll'' ............. I


..........


$341








TABLE III--BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS--Continued (In thousands) D

This Month Current Fiscal Year to Date Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year
Classification of
OUTLAYS--Continued Applicable Net OutlApplicable Net Ou Applicable Net
uay Receipts Outlays ays Receipts Outlays outlays Receipts Outlays


Independent Agencies--Continued
Commission on Civil Rights..........................
Commodity Futures Trading Commission...............
Community Services Administration ..................
Consumer Product Safety Commission ................
Corporation for Public Broadcasting ..................
District of Columbia:
Federal payment .................................
Loans and repayable advances......................
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission ............
Export-Import Bank of the United States ...............
Federal Communications Commission .................
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation ................
Federal Home Loan Bank Board:
Public enterprise funds:
Federal Home Loan Bank Board revolving fund .....
Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corp. fund.....
Interest adjustment payments ......................
Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service.............
Federal Trade Commission..........................
Historical and Memorial Agencies....................
Intergovernmental Agencies:
Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority ......
Other. .................. .........................
Intelligence Community Staff.........................
International Communication Agency9 .................
International Trade Commission......................
Interstate Commerce Commission .....................
Legal Services Corporation..........................
National Credit Union Administration .................
National Foundation on the Arts and Humanities:
National Endowment for the Arts ....................
National Endowment for the Humanities ..............
National Labor Relations Board .......................
National Science Foundation ..........................
Nuclear Regulatory Commission .....................
Postal Service (payment to the Postal Service fund)......
Railroad Retirement Board:
Payments to Railroad Retirement Trust Fund ........
Regional rail transportation protective account .......
Railroad retirement accounts:
Benefit payments and claims.....................
Advances to the railroad retirement account from
the FOASI trust fund ...........................
Advances to the railroad retirement account from
the FDI trust fund ................. ..............
Disbursements for the payment of FOASI benefits ...
Disbursements for the payment of FDI benefits......
Administrative expenses ........................
Interest on refunds of taxes......................
Proprietary receipts from the public ................
Intrabudgetary transactions:
Railroad retirement account:
Payment to railroad retirement trust funds.......
Interest transferred to federal hospital
insurance trust fund ...........................

Total--Railroad Retirement Board ................

See footnotes on page 3.


$861
1,254
111,914
3,523

2,707

6,873
124,654
5,546
452,423


4,099
9,996
7
1,298
5,630
1

270
872
733
27,415
998
6,270
18,412
4,245

8,430
9,252
9,475
58,228
20,282


$6
1
...........


5
130,855
1
345,137

4,257
22,863
...........

1
...........

142

...........
157

96

1,391

4
22
7
1
...........


$861
1,254
111,908
3,522


2,707

6,868
-6,201
5,545
107,286

-158
-12,867
7
1,298
5,629
1

270
730
733
27,258
998
6,173
18,412
2,855

8,426
9,252
9,453
58,222
20,281


$6,279
8,357
416,925
23,672
107,150

278,707
40,416
42,399
1,067,614
37,580
1,570,440

37,661
59,029
183
12,680
33,850
9

66,823
3,139
5,298
201,894
7,024
38,004
85,757
30,331

68,669
60,614
52,596
411,744
137,844
1,695,540


25,0 5,0


250,000
50,798

2,259,304

-113,813

-16,019
115,502
15,914
17,805
112
................


..........
..........
$42
4



38
1,221,922
11
1,683,695

37,244
324,204
.........

18


994

821
139

52,741

6
..........
76
146
10
..........


$6,279
8,357
416,883
23,668
107,150

278,707
40,416
42,361
-154,308
37,570
-113,255

417
-265,175
183
12,679
33,832
9

66,823
2,145
5,298
201,073
7,024
37,865
85,757
-22,409

68,663
60,614
52,520
411,598
137,835
1,695,540


250,000
50,798

2,259,304

-113,813

-16,019
115,502
15,914
17,805
112
-1


-250,000

-2,872


$5,309
7,519
327,954
21,895
103,000

262,504
55,416
42,349
337,653
31,916
716,374


102,244
22,839
763
11,622
29,944
21,210

182,894
3,035
2,121
178,610
6,276
34,940
125,004
20,892

100,232

40,568
375,742
132,047
1,766,170


250,000
30,314

2,163,604

-31,200

-4,700
31,053
4,805
18,323
2



-250,000


$88
3
.............

29,722
24
.............
8
1,283,287


1,594,558
315,393
............ .
1
-180
6


924
.............
697

25

41,269

1
.............o
92
317
3
.............


7,174

326,647

-13,600

-2,200
15,442
2,133
2,315
(*)


7,174

326,647

-13,600

-2,200
15,442
2,133
2,315
(*)
(*)


..........


-250,000.........

-2,872 ..........


.............



1


337,912 (*) 337,912 2,326,731 1 2,326,731 2,212,200 1 2,212,200


95,309
7,519
327,865
21,892
103,000

262,504
25,694
42,326
337,653
31,909
-566,913


-1,492,314
-292,554
763
11,621
30,125
21,203

182,894
2,111
2,121
177,913
6,276
34,915
125,004
-20,376

100,231

40,477
375,425
132,044
1,766,170


250,000
30,314

2,163,604

-31,200

-4,700
31,053
4,805
18,323
2
-1


-250,000


,


.


...........
...........

...........

...........
(.).







TABLE III--BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS--Continued (In thousands)


Classification of This Month Current Fiscal Year to Date Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year
OUTLAYS-Continued Outlays Applicable Net Outlays Applicable Net Outlays Applicable Net
Receipts Outlays Receipts Outlays Receipts Outlays


Independent Agencies--Continued
Securities and Exchange Commission ................
Small Business Administration:
Public enterprise funds:
Business loan and investment fund ................
Disaster loan fund .............................
Surety bond guarantees revolving fund............
Other..................................... ...
Salaries and expenses............................
Proprietary receipts from the public ...............
Intrabudgetary transactions........................

Total--Small Business Administration ............

Smithsonian Institution .............................
Temporary Study Commissions......................
Tennessee Valley Authority.........................

United States Railway Association:
Administrative expenses .........................
Purchase of Conrail securities ....................
Other independent agencies .........................

Total--Independent Agencies.....................

Undistributed offsetting receipts:
Federal employer contributions to retirement and
social insurance funds:
Legislative Branch:
United States Tax Court:
Tax court judges survivors annuity fund.........
The Judiciary:
Judicial survivors annuity fund ..................
Department of Health, Education, and Welfare:
Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust
fund..........................................
Federal disability insurance trust fund............
Federal hospital insurance trust fund .............
Department of State:
Foreign Service retirement and disability fund.....
Independent Agencies:
Civil Service Commission:
Civil Service retirement and disability fund .....
Receipts from off-budget Federal agencies:
Independent Agencies:
Civil Service Commission:
Civil Service retirement and disability fund ...

Subtotal .........................................
See footnotes on page 3.


$6,456


10602
56
2,624
348
16,008
..............


56,273

484
36
...........


$6,453


-55,671
56
2,140
312
16,008
-1
..........


"35.651


494,816
1,185,694
23,487
2,383
99,843

..............


257,457
111,749
5,287
667
.............
9
.............


$35,637

237,360
1,073,945
18,199
1,717
99,843
-9
............


$31,153


576,326
237,854
16,856
3,250
16,153


231,444
114,401
4,287
311

10


$31,140


344,882
123,454
12,569
2,939
16,153
-10
..............


19,639 56,794 -37,155 1,806,223 375,169 1,431,054 850,440 350.452: 499,987

9,164 8 9,156 69,294 40 69,254 62,908 32 62,876
1,429 (*) 1,429 6,807 200 6,607 9,350 400 8,950
314,392 185,739 128,654 1,966,711 1,330,260 636,451 1,682,352 1,138,628 543,723

1,300 ............ 1,300 8,699 ............. 8,699 7,270 .............. 7,270
115,000 ............ 115,000 431,000 ............. 431,000 464,180 .............. 464,180
11,649 1,074 10,575 91,338 7,879 83,459 73,163 29,719 43,444

3,017,332 1,051,547 1,965,786 22,078,212 7,224,535 14,853,676 18,125,866 6,754,367 11,371,499





............. ............ ......-30 ............. -30 -30 ............. -30

-126 ............ -126 -751 ............. -751 -578 ............. -578


-72,000 ............ -72,000 -513,000 .............. -513,000 -493,000 .............. -493,000
-15,000 ............ -15,000 -85,000 ............. -85,000 -66,000 ............. -66,000
-19,000 ............ -19,000 -116,000 ............. -116,000 -101,000 .............. -101,000

-1,180 ............ -1,180 -10,682 ............. -10,682 -8,919 ............. -8,919


-181,771 ............ -181,771 -1,384,213 ............. -1,384,213 -1,241,552 ............. -1,241,552


-56,785 ............ -56,785 -405,285 ............. -405,285 -412,500 .............. -412,500

-345,862 ............ -345,862 -2,514,961 ............. -2,514,961 -2,323,579 .............. -2,323,579









TABLE III--BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS--Continued (In thousands)


Classification of
OUTLAYS--Continued


Undistributed offsetting receipts--Continued
Interest on certain Government accounts:
Interest credited to certain Government accounts:
The Judiciary:
Judicial survivors annuity fund .................
Department of Defense:
Civil:
Soldiers' and Airmen's Home permanent fund..
Department of Health, Education, and Welfare:
Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust
fund ........................................
Federal disability insurance trust fund ..........
Federal hospital insurance trust fund ...........
Federal supplementary medical insurance trust
fund..................................... ..
Department of Labor:
Unemployment trust fund ......................
Department of State:
Foreign Service retirement and disability fund...
Department of Transportation:
Airport and airway trust fund ..................
Highway trust fund ............................
Veterans Administration:
Government life insurance fund .................
National service life insurance fund..............
Independent Agencies:
Civil Service Commission:
Civil Service retirement and disability fund....
Railroad Retirement Board:
Railroad retirement account.................
Other ........................................

Subtotal....................................

Rents and royalties on the outer continental shelf lands .

Total--Undistributed offsetting receipts...........

Total--Budget outlays ...........................

TOTAL BUDGET

Receipts............................................ ..

Outlays (-) ...........................................

Budget surplus (+) or deficit (-) ........................


Outlays


-$49.922
-5.058
-5.011

-13,543

-12,297

-182

-1.060
-7.619

-41
-1,307

-14,550

-3.720
-244


This Month
Applicable
Receipts


Net
Outlays


-449,922
-5,058
-5.011

-13,543

-12,297

-182

-1,060
-7,619

-41
-1,307

-14.550

-3.720
-244


Current Fiscal Year to Date

Outlays Applicable Net
Receipts Outlays


-$267


-3,085

-1,167,614
-138,522
-401,645

-114,512

-141,091

-9,327

-102,246
-314,653

-15,907
-228.182

-1,605,071

-113,176
-2,003


-$267


-3,085

-1,167,614
-138,522
-401,645

-114,512

-141,091

-9,327

-102,246
-314.653

-15,907
-228.182

-1,605,071

-113,176
-2,003


O
0

Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year

Outlays Applicable Net
SReceipts Outlays


-$353

-3,467

-1,188,538
-204,034
-388,779

-64,768

-125,579

-6,805

-87,915
-278,701

-16,140
-216,484

-1.435,053

-127,669
-2,964


-$353

-3,467

-1,188,538
-204,034
-388,779

-64.768

-125,579

-6.805

-87,915
-278,701

-16,140
-216484


-1,435.053

-127,669
-2,964


-114,554 .......... -114,554 -4.357,303 ........... -4,357,303 -4.147,249 ............. -4 147,249

.............. $242,195 -242,195 .............. $1,171,050 -1,171,050 ............. $814,754 -814,754

-460.416 242,195 -702,611 -6,872,264 1,171,050 -8,043,314 -6.470.829 814.754 -7.285.582

40,520,968 4,796,617 35,724,351 292,622,461 32.889,000 259.733,461 261.027.215 29,057,546 231.969 668


(Net Totals)

42 342.848

-35 724 351


6 __________


(Net Totals)

211.734 468

-259 733 461
-47 998 993


. .....


- ----- -- -


(Net Totals)
194 967.650

-231.969.668

-37 002.019


MEMORANDUM


Receipts offset against outlays (In thousands)
Current
Fiscal Year
to Date

Proprietary receipts............................ $8,840,813
Receipts from off-budget Federal agencies ........ 1,397.741
Intrabudgetary transactions...................... 21,648,598

Total receipts offset against outlays .......... 31,887,152


Comparable Period
Prior Fiscal Year

$9,656,430
1,075,729
17,401,132

28,133,291


6,618,497 4


''''''"''
''`''''"'


'


.............
. .. .. ...
............. '


4-;;-------






TABLE IV--MEANS OF FINANCING (In thousands) 21


Claifat Net Transactions Account Balances
Classification (-) denotes net reduction of either Current Fiscal Year
liability or assets accounts

(Assets and Liabilities This Month Fiscal Year to Date Beginning of Close of
Directly Related to the Budget) This Year Prior Year This Year This Month This Month


LIABILITY ACCOUNTS

Borrowing from the public:
Public debt securities, issued under general financing
authorities:
Obligations of the United States, issued by:
United States Treasury............................
Federal Financing Bank ...........................

Total public debt securities.......................

Agency securities, issued under special financing
authorities (See Schedule B. For other agency
borrowing, see Schedule C.)...........................

Total federal securities ..........................

Deduct:
Federal securities held as investments of
government accounts (See Schedule D)................

Total borrowing from the public .................

Accrued interest payable to the public ......................

Deposit funds:
Allocations of special drawing rights............ ........
Other..............................................

Miscellaneous liability accounts (Includes checks
outstanding etc.) .......................................

Total liability accounts.........................

ASSET ACCOUNTS (Deduct)

Cash and monetary assets:
U.S. Treasury operating cash ..........................

Special drawing rights:
Total holdings.......................................
SDR certificates issued to Federal Reserve Banks ......

Balance...........................................

Gold tranche drawing rights:
U.S. subscription to International Monetary Fund:
Direct quota payments"1 ............................
Maintenance of value adjustments ...................
Other demand liabilities issued to IMF.................
Receivable/Payable (-) for U.S. currency valuation
adjustment ........................................

Balance............................................

Loans to International Monetary Fund....................
Other cash and monetary assets.........................

Total cash and monetary assets .............

Miscellaneous asset accounts .............................

Total asset accounts .......................

Excess of liabilities (+) or assets (-) ......................

Transactions not applied to current year's surplus or deficit
(See Schedule A for details)..............................

Total budget financing [Financing of deficit (+) or
disposition of surplus (-)]................................

See footnotes on page 3.


-$1,362,438


7?37.748,660 $36,321,341
-10 -55


M698,839,908
20


;737.951,006 $736,588,568
10 10


-1,362,438 37,748,650 36,321,286 698,839,928 737,951,016 736,588,578


-50,728 -455,449 -794,803 10,297,825 9,893,104 9,842,376
-1,413,166 37,293,200 35,526,483 709,137,753 747,844,120 746,430,954


849,460 -1,912,047 -736,975 157,295,161 154,533,654 155,383,114

-2,262,626 39,205,248 36,263,459 551,842,592 593,310,466 591,047,840

1,825,515 2,355,657 1,992,422 4,712,426 5,242,569 7,068,083


-24,272 143,500 11,732 2,669,132 2,836,904 2,812,632
-98,122 248,683 12,623 3,289,835 3,636,639 3,538,518

601,538 2,521,724 4,619,732 7,900,510 9,820,696 10,422,234

42,034 44,474,812 42,899,968 570,414,495 614,847,273 614,889,307



2,873,686 -9,823,092 353,198 19,103,773 6,406,995 9,280,681


-23,666 179,771 27,335 2,489,275 2,692,712 2,669,046
.......... -50,000 -400,000 -1,200,000 -1,250,000 -1,250,000
-23,666 129,771 -372,665 1,289,275 1,442,712 1,419,046


2,110,156 2,110,156 ........... 6,700,000 6,700,000 8,810,156
-90,558 399,452 55,364 1,095,701 1,585,711 1,495,153
-2,376,156 -2,740,156 434,000 -3,659,852 -4,023,852 -6,400,008

58,112 -184,353 -11,210 -4,899 -247,363 -189,251

-298,446 -414,901 478,153 4,130,951 4,014,496 3,716,050

-6,087 35,988 390,712 669,376 711,450 705,363
799,945 543,156 688,024 3,652,393 3,395,605 4,195,550

3,345,432 -9,529,078 1,537,422 28,845,768 15,971,258. 19,316,690

2,745,750 934,895 1,241,727 4,369,338 2,558,483 5,304,233
6,091,182 -8,594,183 2,779,149 33,215,106 18,529,741 24,620,923

-6,049,148 +53,068,995 +40,120,818 #537,199,389 +596,317,533 +590,268,384

-569,349 -5,070,002 -3,118,799 ............ -4,500,653 -5,070,002

-6,618,497 +47,998,993 +37,002,019 1537,199,389 +591,816,880 +585,198,382






22 TABLE IV--SCHEDULE A-ANALYSIS OF CHANGE IN EXCESS OF LIABILITIES (In thousands)

Fiscal Year to Date
Classitication This
Month
This Year Prior Year


Excess of liabilities beginning of period:
Based on composition of unified budget in preceding period..... e596.317.533 $537,199,389 e483.917,066
Adjustments during current fiscal year for changes in
composition of unified budget .............................. ........... ............ ............
Excess of liabilities beginning of period (current basis)......... 596,317,533 537,199,389 483,917,066
Budget surplus (-) or deficit:
Based on composition of unified budget in prior fiscal year..... -6,623,542 47,773,637 36,699,449
Changes in composition of unified budget:
Housing for the elderly or the handicapped reclassified
from off-budget to budgetary accounts7 .................... 5,045 225,356 302,570

Budget surplus (-) or deficit (Table III) ........................ -6,618,497 47,998,993 37,002,019
Transactions not applied to current year's surplus or deficit:
Seigniorage ............................................... -31,847 -212,511 -227,623
Increment on gold .......................................... ........... -702 -1,973
Net gain (-)/loss for U.S. currency valuation adjustment....... 32,446 -215,099 -44,153
Net gain (-)/loss for IMF loan valuation adjustment...................... .......... ........... ...........
Off-budget Federal Agencies:
Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation ..................... 2,346 8,525 -18,276
Postal Service ........................................... -138,302 2-1,389,249 -1,179,111
Rural electrification and telephone revolving fund ........... 29,767 88,147 220,871
Rural telephone bank..................................... 4,279 57,280 37,160
Federal Financing Bank .................................. 670,662 6,733,611 4,331,905

Total--transactions not applied to current year's surplus
or deficit ............................................. 569,349 5,070,002 3,118,799

Excess of liabilities close of period ........................... 590,268,384 590,268,384 524,037,884
See footnotes on page 3.

TABLE IV--SCHEDULE B--AGENCY SECURITIES, ISSUED UNDER SPECIAL
FINANCING AUTHORITIES (In thousands)

Net Transactions Account Balances
(-) denotes net reduction of Current Fiscal Year
liability accounts

Classification
Fiscal Year to Date Beginning of
Close of
ThisMonthThis Month
This Year Prior Year This Year This Month


Agency securities, issued under special financing authorities:
Obligations of the United States, issued by:
Export-Import Bank ..................................... -$3,449 -S349 297 -$254,098 $2,858,174 $2,512,326 $2,508,877
Obligations guaranteed by the United States, issued by:
Department of Defense:
Family Housing Mortgages ............................ -4,618 -66,546 -67,884 1,013,591 951,663 947,045
Department of Housing and Urban Development:
Federal Housing Administration...................... 122 28,078 19,885 579,129 607,085 607,207
Department of Transportation:
Coast Guard:
Family Housing Mortgages......................... -34 -136 -131 1,844 1,742 1,708
Obligations not guaranteed by the United States, issued by:
Department of Defense:
Homeowners Assistance Mortgages...................... -748 -547 -575 2,086 2,287 1,539
Department of Housing and Urban Development:
Government National Mortgage Association............... -42,000 -67,000 -342.000 3,768,000 3,743,000 3,701,000
Independent Agencies:
Postal Service......................................... ............ .............. ............. 250,000 250,000 250,000
Tennessee Valley Authority........................... ............. ....... ........ -150,000 1,825,000 1,825,000 1,825,000
Total agency securities ............................. -50,728 -455,449 -794,803 10,297,825 9,893,104 9,842,376






TABLE IV--SCHEDULE C (MEMORANDUM)--AGENCY BORROWING FINANCED THROUGH ;
ISSUE OF PUBLIC DEBT SECURITIES (In thousands)

Transatin Account Balances
Transactions Current Fiscal Year

Classification Fiscal Year to Date Beginning of
Thi Mn Close of
This Month This Month
This Year Comparable This Year This Month
Prior Year

Borrowing from the Treasury:

Agency for International Development .................... ........... ........... ............. ............. ............. ................
Commodity Credit Corporation ......................... $51,667 $4,153,029 $1,169,434 $6,128,458 $10,229,820 $10,281,487
D. C. Commissioners: Stadium sinking fund, Armory
Board, D. C ........................................ ............ 416 -416 832 1,248 1,248
Export-Import Bank of United States ..................... -2,800 12,238 86,690 3,323 18,361 15,561
Federal Financing Bank ............................... 794,179 7,545,302 4,938,138 35,418,282 42,169,405 42,963,584
Federal Home Loan Bank Board .................................... ........... -1,490,683 ............. .............................
Federal Housing Administration:
General insurance ................................... 10,000 60,000 130,000 1,911,655 1,961,655 1,971,655
Special risk insurance ................................ 30,000 120,000 .............. 1,617,166 1,707,166 1,737,166
General Services Administration:
Pennsylvania Avenue Development Corporation ......... 109 12,404 ................... ............. 12,295 12,404
Government National Mortgage Association:
Emergency home purchase assistance fund ............. 47,720 -157,865 -53,280 716,314 510,729 558,449
Management and liquidating functions .................. ........... -15,000 ............. 50,000 35,000 35,000
Special assistance functions .......................... -99,150 32,420 -655,980 4,141,502 4,273,072 4,173,922
International Communication Agency .................... ........... ........... ............. 22,114 22,114 22,114
Rural Electrification Administration...................... 55,705 55,705 200,000 7,864,742 7,864,742 7,920,447
Rural Telephone Bank .................................. 3,933 27,256 7,376 233,622 256,945 260,878
Saint Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation .................... -1,000 -2,000 116,476 115,476 115,476
Secretary of Agriculture, Farmers Home Administration:
Rural housing insurance fund ........................ ........... ........... 25,000 855,718 855,718 855,718
Agricultural credit insurance fund ..................... ......... ........... ............. 676,000 676,000 676,000
Rural development insurance fund ............................................. 30,000 390,000 390,000 390,000
Secretary of Energy ...................... ........... ........... ........ ............. 125,000 125,000 125,000
Secretary of Housing and Urban Development
Department:
College housing loans ......................... .. ........ .......... ............ 2,811,000 2,811,000 2,811,000
National flood insurance fund ..................... ........ ....... 11,400 12,476 147,451 158,851 158,851
New communities guaranty:
Title IV .......... ..................................... .. ... ........... 548 3,358 3,358 3,358
Title VI .......................................... 1,102 90,312 36,984 113,078 202,288 203,390
Urban renewal fund.................................. ........... ...... ...... ............. 800,000 800,000 800,000
Secretary of the Interior:
Bureau of Mines, helium fund........................ ............... ......... .............. 251,650 251,650 251,650
Secretary of Transportation:
Rail Service Assistance ................................... ........... 7,375 .............. 52,479 59,854 59,854
Regional Rail Reorganization ......................... ........... ........... .............. 2,402 2,402 2,402
Smithsonian Institution:
John F. Kennedy Center parking facilities .............. .......... ........................ 20,400 20,400 20,400
Tennessee Valley Authority ............................. ........... ........... ............. 150,000 150,000 150,000
Veterans Administration:
Veterans direct loan program..................................... ........... ............. 1,730,078 1,730,078 1,730,078
Total Borrowing from the Treasury.......................... 892,465 11.953,992 4,434,287 66,353.100 77,414,627 78,307,092

Borrowing from the Federal Financing Bank:
Export-Import Bank of the United States ................. ........... 170,000 -500,000 5,923,486 6,093,487 6,093,487
Postal Service ........... ............................ ........595,000 2,181,000 2,181,000 2,181,000
Tennessee Valley Authority............................. 115,000 605,000 505,136 3,880,000 4,370,000 4,485,000

Total Borrowing from the Federal Financing Bank ............... 115,000 775,000 600.136 11.984,486 12,644,487 12,759,487
Total Agency Borrowing financed through
issues of Public Debt Securities...................... 1,007,465 12,728,992 5,034,423 78,337,586 90,059,114 91,066,579

Note: Includes only amounts loaned to Federal Agencies in lieu of Agency Debt issuance and excludes Federal Financing Bank purchase of loans
made or guaranteed by Federal Agencies. The Federal Financing Bank borrows from Treasury and issues its own securities and in turn
may loan these funds to Agencies in lieu of Agencies borrowing directly through Treasury or issuing their own securities.






TABLE IV--SCHEDULE D--INVESTMENTS OF GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTS

IN FEDERAL SECURITIES (In thousands)
r1 it


Classification




Federal Funds:
Department of Agriculture:
Agency securities ...................................

Department of Commerce ..............................

Department of Energy .................................

Department of Housing and Urban Development:
Federal Housing Administration:
Federal housing administration fund:
Public debt securities...........................
Agency securities...............................
Government National Mortgage Association:
Emergency mortgage purchase assistance:
Agency securities............................
Special assistance function fund:
Agency securities........ .......................
Management and liquidating functions fund:
Agency securities................................
Guarantees of Mortgage-Backed Securities:
Public debt securities...........................
Agency securities ...............................
Participation sales fund:
Public debt securities...........................
Agency securities.............................
Housing Management:
Community disposal operations fund:
Agency securities............... ................
Rental housing assistance fund ......................
New Communities Administration:
New communities fund ............................
Federal Insurance Administration:
National insurance development fund.................

Department of Transportation..........................
Department of Treasury................................

Veterans Administration:
Veterans reopened insurance fund .....................

Independent Agencies:
Emergency Loan Guarantee Board....................
Export-Import Bank of the United States ...............
Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation:
Public debt securities.............................
Agency securities .................................
National Credit Union Administration ..................
Other ..............................................

Total public debt securities .....................
Total agency securities ........................

Total Federal funds..........................

Trust Funds:
Legislative Branch:
United States Tax Court ..............................
Library of Congress .................................
The Judiciary:
Judicial Survivors Annuity Fund.......................

Department of Agriculture..............................

Department of Commerce ..............................

Department of Defense .................................

Department of Health, Education, and Welfare:
Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund:
Public debt securities..............................
Agency securities..................................
Federal disability insurance trust fund .................
Federal hospital insurance trust fund:
Public debt securities..............................
Agency securities .................................
Federal supplementary medical insurance trust fund ....
Other...............................................


Net Purchases or Sales (-)


This Month


Fiscal Year to Date


This Year


Prior Year


H


I it


....1,070...
S1,070


10,000
-1


...........

-731
121

-1,513
5,245

-126,392
...........


...........

610
-31,034


-5


...........
...........

11,991

-2,500
1,685

-136,088
4,634

-131.454


-$6,000

24,320


46,416
-9


.............

-4,942

-1,416

-8,988
27,917

-10,752
.............


.............



-16,400

610
-58,793


14,393


-31,510
-12,600

264,269

20,210
24,075


-6 000

20,350

69,480




112,791
-28


............

2,640

-1,591

7,132
5,053

-202,336
............


............



-3,703

125
600,480


14,543


2,975
............

302,555
-10,000
21,071
21,580


1 -~ ~
255,250 967.043


255,250
15,551

270,801


967,043
-9,926

957,117


Securities Held as Investments
Current Fiscal Year


Beginning of


This Year


$29,215

138,710


1,742,417
191,020


...............

108,179

35,799

57,578
6,376

1,509,734
86,745


388


...............

88,232

15,355
2,049,565


381,806


31,510
12,600

4,536,160
132,165
89,284
312,515


10,965,466
589,886


This Month


$23,215

161,960


1,778,833
191,013


.............

103,968

34,262

50,103
29,048

1,625,374
86,745


Close of
This Month


$23,215

163,030


1,788,833
191,011


...............

103,237

34,383

48,590
34,293

1,498,982
86,745


388 388
.... ... ... ..............


.............

71,832

15,355
2,021,806


396,204




4,788,438
132,165
111,994
334,905


11,356,804
600,802


i1 ____________ ____________


11,555,351


11,957,606


_ :4: 4_ _


...........
...........

1,658

-60

...........

65



723,028

257,939

120,484
...........
-94,457
7


42
175

2,169

-425


-3,492,902

-478,695

312.164
............
1,348,429
26


34
............

23

373


... 5.... .....1,386.
155 1,386


-1,707,254

-1,257,137

75,523
.773........323
773,323
............


599
1,340

41,469

2,375

45

2,593



34,854,827
555,000
4,241,910

10,923,740
50,000
2,232,078
1,186


641
1,515

41,980

2,010

45

2,683



30,638,897
555,000
3,505,276

11,115,420
50,000
3,674,964
1,205


71,832

15,965
1,990,772


396,199




4,800,429
132,165
109,494
336,590


11,220,716
605,436


11,826,152


641
1,515

43,638

1,950

45

2,748



31,361,925
555,000
3,763,215

11,235,904
50,000
3,580,507
1,212






TABLE IV-SCHEDULE D-INVESTMENTS OF GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTS 2

IN FEDERAL SECURITIES (In thousands)--Continued


Net Purchases or Sales (-)


This Month


I Fiscal Year to Date I


This Year


Prior Year


Securities Held as Investments
Current Fiscal Year


Beginning of


This Year


This Month


4 4 + 4 4


Trust Funds--Continued
Department of the Interior ..............................

Department of Labor:
Unemployment trust fund ...........................
Other .................................... ........

Department of State:
Foreign service retirement and disability fund..........
Other...............................................

Department of Transportation:
Airport and airway trust fund .........................
Highway trust fund.................................
Other.........................................

Department of the Treasury ............................

General Services Administration ........................

Veterans Administration:
Government life insurance fund ......................
National service life insurance fund:
Public debt securities .............................
Agency securities ................................
Veterans special life insurance fund ...................
General Post Fund National Homes ....................

Independent Agencies:
Civil Service Commission:
Civil service retirement and disability fund:
Public debt securities ............................
Agency securities ...............................
Employees health benefits fund ......................
Employees life insurance fund ......................
Retired employees health benefits fund...............
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation ................
Japan-United States Friendship Commission ...........
Harry S. Truman Memorial Scholarship Foundation .....
Railroad Retirement Board:
Public debt securities .............................
Agency securities ................................

Total public debt securities .........................
Total agency securities ...........................

Total trust funds ............... ...............

Off-budget Federal agencies:
Federal Financing Bank ...............................
Postal Service:
Public debt securities ................................
Agency securities .................................
Rural electrification and telephone revolving fund .........
Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation ...................

Total public debt securities .......................
Total agency securities ........................

Total Off-budget Federal agencies ...............

Grand Total ...........................................


73 895


528,173
4,720


-3,647
............


42,224
194,819
10

-7,000

-26


-3.956

-17,693

1,865
............



-411,113
............
-16,815
18,990
-500
-107,705
225
388

-289,184

...946,334

946,334
............

946,334


1,345

35,600

-2,365

34,580

34,580

849 460


$6,930


-903,992
4,720


32,346
............o


379,316
1,006,472
10

-6,200

685


-17,075

139,205
29,885
1,130



-1,017,780
............
-15,345
254,212
-2,600
108,795
100
921

-891,371

..-3,198,498

-3,198,498
............

-3,198,498


28,770

995,200
-55
-8,265

1,015,650

1,015,650

-1.912 047


$4,835

-1,247,879
-665


9,567
265


463,783
557,881


-5,090

-185


-30,841

86,707
-75,000
23,751
900



-619,631
23,983
209,928
-2,900
557,100
160
20,210

-783,037
-50,000

-2,844,887
-125,000

-2,969,887


29,780

1,227,700
.......... ...
-335
18,649

1,275,794


1,275,794

-736 975


$6,595

5,987,165
4,707


267,948
480


3,245,981
10,078,687
10

52,870

3,830


525,872

7,250,289
235,000
528,389
1,475



49,221,368
375,000
424,162
2,529,802
13,229
7,462,458
19,125
31,163

3,182,108
..............

143,139,874
1,215,000

144,354,874


38,205

1,271.200
...... ......
4,066
71,465


$9,630

4,555,000
4,707


303,941
480


3,583,073
10,890,340
10

53,670

4,541


512,753

7,407,187
235,000
556,409
2,605



48,614,701
375,000
425,632
2,765,024
11,129
7,678,958
19,000
31,697

2,579,921
.o..... .....

138,995,042
1,215,000

140,210,042


65,630

2,230,800
4,011
65,565


___________ ___________ F


1,384,936


1,384,936

157 295 161


2,366,006


2,366,006

154 533 654


Note: Investments are in public debt securities unless otherwise noted.


Classification


Close of
This Month



$13,525

5,083,173
9,427


300,294
480


3,625,297
11,085,159
20

46,670

4,515


508,797

7,389,494
235,000
558,274
2,605



48,203,588
375,000
408,817
2,784,014
10,629
7,571,253
19,225
32,084

2,290,737


139,941,376
1,215,000

141,156,376


66,975

2,266,400
...........I....
4,011
63,200

2,400,586


2,400,586

155 383 114






26 TABLE V--COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS
BY MONTHS OF CURRENT FISCAL YEAR

(Figures are rounded in millions of dollars and may not add to totals)

O .. .... Com-
Fiscal Cor
Year parable
Classification Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. March April May June July Aug. Sept. ,T Period
Dae Prior
Date F. Y.
____ ___ ____ ___ ___ ____ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ __ ___ ___ ____ ___ ___ ___ .1


NET RECEIPTS

Individual income taxes........
Corporation income taxes......
Social insurance taxes and
contributions:
Empl nient taxes and
contributiOuns ..............
Unemplh, nent insurance ....
Conl ributions for other
insurance and retirement...
Excise taxes ................
Estate and gift taxes ..........
Customs duties ...............
Miscellaneous receipts........

Total--receipts this
year................

To tal -receipts prior year ...

NET OUTLAYS

LegislIativ Branch............
The Ju cic r3 r.................
Executive Office of the
President..................
Funds Appropriated to the
President:
International security
assistance ................
International development
assistance ................
Other ......................
Department of Agriculture:
Foreign assistance, special
export programs and
Commodity Credit
Corporation ..............
Other......................
Department of Commerce .....
Department of Defense:
Military:
Department of the Army...
Department of the Navy....
Department of Air Force ..
Defense agencies .........
Civil defense.............
Allowances undistributed ..

Total Military......

Civil ......................
Department of Energy..........
Department of Health,
Education, and Welfare:
Human Development
Services..................
Health Care Financing
Administration:
Grants to states for
Medicaid...............
Federal hospital insurance
trust fund................
Federal supplementary
medical insurance trust
fund....................
Other....................
Social Security Adm.:
Assis. Pints. Program...
Federal old-age and
survivors insurance trust
fund....................
Federal disabili'i insur-
ance trust fund ..........
Other....................
Other .....................


t13 275 !13 171
1 4451 920


5,542 8,750
541 1,216

466 438
1,529 1.615
410 439
406 459
512 587


24,127 27,596




8t 91
1 45

9 4



114 212

80 175
25 40



994 1.213
779 1,627
277 329


2 120 2 350
2 556 2.745
2 3021 2 464
1 016; 1 155
-21 6
... ...... -

S9921 8 721

226 230
396 479


387 390



8188 b79c'

I 388 1 419


518 486
55 1 130

535 535 I

r, 36' 555

1 0121 1 045
526 549
1 089 312


13.941 X0 217 $10,620 '. 258
9,212 1.991 1.013 8,023


6,037
123

486
1,463
482
501
549


7,157
403

437
1,492
447
494
563


32,794 33.201
J ,j ...,.***;J


69
29

4



183

123
44



1,715
1,303
341


2.030 1
2.600
2 311
1 261
4

8 206

226
499


402


843

I 618

574
913

520


87
29

7



-105

53
43



1,442
1,248
380


2 143
2 581
2 186
1 205
9


8 123

159
415


434



rd3

1 317


522
383

643



I 023
520
840


10,745
1,192

490
1,259
434
441
602


7,938
144

478
1,395
462
603
577


26,795 24,879
_' ." .'* ',* .


2 19
2 645
2 270
1 134
8




144
513


44t


956

1 2I8


694
5.0



; 524

1 027
530i
849


t'9
27

4



118

245
175



144
1,734
453


1,909
3 237
2 705
1 307
9

9 168

169
386






879

1 611

6'5


:18 833
8,850


9,987
1,393

448
1,368
296
545
622


42,343


I 0


37
7


2 035
2 697
2 428
1 147




166i
439


453


760

1 469


578

,', 610 .

1 i)45 1
1 042
198


- I


6'5 317
31 454


5". 156
5 013

3,242
10,120
2,9t0
3.449
4 0L12


211,734




58.1 |


1,123

921
353



5,730
8,189
2 583


14 756
19 061
16 667
8.236
42


AP 752 |i

1 319
3.128


2.982


6 081

10 090


4 043
4 9501


$86,997
28.694



50,635
4,447

2,956
9,854
4,884
2.737
3.763


544
234

43



-1,068

919
368



2.586
7 624
1.155


14.277
17 466
16.028
7.304
39


55 113

1 .151
2.467


2.791


5.472

8.608

3.571
40

3 667


41 342

6 574
8,427
3.925






TABLE V--COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS 27

BY MONTHS OF CURRENT FISCAL YEAR (In millions)--Contlnued


Classification Oct.



NET OUTLAYS--Continued
Department of Housing
and Urban Development ......... $582
Department of the Interior....... 310
Department of Justice........... 205
Department of Labor:
Unemployment trust fund ...... 904
Other ........................ 681
Department of State............. 148
Department of Transportation:
Highway trust fund............ 611
Other........................ 697
Department of the Treasury:
Interest on the public debt ..... 3,083
Interest on refunds, etc. ...... 26
Antirecession financial
assistance fund.............. 424
General revenue sharing....... 1,708
Other................... .... 143
Environmental Protection
Agency ....................... 306
General Services
Administration ................ -140
National Aeronautics and
Space Administration........... 310
Veterans Administration:
Compensation and pensions .... 752
National service life .......... '*'
Government service life....... 4
Other ........................ 818
Independent Agencies:
Civil Service Commission ..... 880
Postal Service................ 1,696
Small Business
Administration .............. 55
Tennessee Valley Authority.... 135
Other ind. agencies........... 1,221
Undistributed offsetting
receipts:
Federal employer contribu-
tions to retirement fund ...... -350
Interest credited to certain
accounts..................... -111
Rents and Royalties on Outer
Continental Shelf Lands........ -63
Allowances undistributed ........ ......

Total outlays--this year..... 38,790

Total outlays-prior year ......... 3.? '3u
Surplus (+) or deficit (-) this
year ......................... -14.663
Surplus (+) or deficit (-) prior year....... -.; vi ,

See footnotes on page 3.


Year parable
Fiscal C1Mu p
Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. March April May June July Aug. Sept. Tr Period
Date Prior
F. Y.


$689
364
208
853
679
40
640
522

3,320
30

2
-294
370

111
339
787
-7
3
814

874

439
140
493


-328
-214
-479


$767
272
193

1,010
844
111

510
613
6,794
31


-481

314

105

320

1,534
15
6
E
1,049

931

55
115
682


-381
-3,584
-98


$661 8430
249 225
195 189
1,184 1,113
863 958
90 136

403 288
742 509

3,282 3,450
21 25
408 (*'
1,700 4
-329 122

343 261
-226 86
315 342

137 797
23 19
5 5
519 693

905 864

43 97
54 2
800 73


-343
-71

-61


-385
-202
-90


8465
204
191

1,260
1,091
102
357
625
3,403
21


-38
341

81
370

1,541
24
6
1,106

892

780
62
602


$526
222
213

936
946
159
309
718
3.493
24

306
1,705
120
286

-188

316
54
16
5
482

968

-37
129
906


-382 -346
-60 -115
-138 -242
. .. ... I ... ..


SM,120
1,846
1.395

7,259
6,062
787

3,118 '
4.426
26.825
177

1,140
5,117
-756

2,222
-171
2,311

5,601
90
34
5,479

6,313
1,696

1,431
636
4,777


-2,515
-4,357
-1 171


!3,112
1,716
1,385
9.064
4,314
690
3.233
3,788
23,t43
165
1.182
5,064
-590

2,379
-227

2,342

5,223
210
47
5,593

5,485
1,766

500
544
3,076


-2,324
-4,147
-815


36,864 37,646 36.918 33,787 40.0041 35.724 259,733 .......
. .. I .... ... ., '.'

-9.269 4.852 -3.717 -6,992 -15,125 -6 618 -47,999 .. ....


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28 TABLE VI--TRUST FUND IMPACT ON BUDGET RESULTS AND INVESTMENT HOLDINGS (In millions)


Current Monr Fi,.-. l T1 *i i' ht.r, n n ,'t .is In ,lirm I nr.
i i Cuireni Fi-,.aJ 'earn

Classification ,E -s f i E\v-.- -%-- 7 ---
PF,,. Li Outlay, 'r ,u' HTcelpt Outl.' I r~ 3 _n l I C .e ,
1.'. l'. 1 1 ., ,r Tloi i .lI II 1 i .- m rinth


Trust r, ip.i ,utl.I:.s and invest-
ments held:
Federal old-age and survivors
insurance ................. ....... 7 157 4-2 715 39.91 -13 353 I 3.462 '5 410 31.1'4 '31,917
Federal disability insurance ........ I 1 251 )94 2:7 6 365 6,864 -4'J 4. 242 1 505 3,763
Federal hospital insurance .......... 1.558 1.446 113 8 85i 8 713 173 : 10 .74 I 11.165 11.285
Federal supplementary medical
insurance ......................... 195 -23 219 1.34- 63 1.321 .~23 3..75 3.581
Federal employees retirement ....... 252 61 -408 1.88 .'1 -959 ,' 49,64 49 2944 48,879
Federal employees life and health
benefits .......................... ...... .. 1 ....... j230 2 r' 3 203 3,203
Federal Deposit Insurance Corp...... ..... 108 -l1Ik. ...... -113 113 42 7 679 7.571
Airport and airway .................. 101 57 4-1 725 360 365 3.246 3,583 3.625
General Revenue Sharing ............ .... ... 704 -1 704 .5 5 117 1.738 ........ ........ ............
Hid.h ..h. .................. ... ...... M.. 323 185 3 Q.73 2 8881 9 10 079 10 83' 11,085
M1JLr ii assistance advances......... ........ 515 ...... -4. 4r. i ....
Railroad retirement ................ 20 327 -307 1 015 1.91. -901 3 1? 2 53j 2,291
L. rt iplir,\ llln.rt ..................... 1 393 3 13 5 : 5.013 270 -1.257 5 "7 1 5 5.083
\ -it r n.- Ifd insurance .............. .... ... -47 7 ....... -21, 21 8.540 8 714 8.692
All other trust ..................... 8 117 -108 ""' 14 16 170 174 180

Trust funds receipts and ..uti, s.
on the basis of Table III and
investments held from
Table IV-D ..................... 1. 441 13.43'. -9'J3 75..i5.' 77.771 -1.f 144 35.. 140l 2 n 141.156

Interfund receipts offset against
trust fund uutli. s ................... 1.162 1 1:.2 -r0- 13.33 13.;.33 -0-

Total trust fund receipts and ,
outlays ......................... 13,608 14 597 -990 89,528 91,404 -1,876

Federal fund receipts and outlays on
the basis of Table III................. 29'2 2e.97 2 608 142.9-1 1A8. 17 -46.12
Interfund receipts offset against
Federal fund outlays ............... 13 13 -0- 116 116 -0-

Total Federal fund receipts and
outlays ......................... 29J 10 22 302 7 (.ijo 142. 8i lU' R.':3, -46. 121

T. i.d- iniI rfuid r,..'l. ,jC n,'i l ,.,ul ', .. ..... -.1.175 -1 17i' -'3- -20 E04 -ij.,.04 -u '

'N,-Iu[ .,:. r.. ippl, iii ul ....% 42,343 35 7.'4 t.61, 2l 1 3l 2-, 7, 33 -*17 i'I i

Note: Interfund receipts and (jutla. are transactions between Federal funds and trust funds, such as, Federal pA. 1-t rI't and -".1i rItll tiini Federal
*p.pl.'.~-r contributions, and interest and profits on investments in Federal securities. They have no net t fi' ..r. overall budget receipts and
,utl..a since the receipt side of such transactions is offset against budget lutl c. In this table, interfund receipts are shown as an .idjustient
to arrive at total receipts and outlays of trust funds and Federal funds respectively. Included in total interfund receipts and outlays are S6 855
million in Federal funds transferred to trust funds for general revenue sharing.






TABLE V11--SUMMARY OF RECEIPTS BY SOURCE AND OUTLAYS BY FUNCTION (In thousands) 29

Budget Receipts and Outlays
Classification
This Month Fiscal Year Comparable Period
To Date Prior Fiscal Year

NET RECEIPTS

Individual income taxes ......................................................... $18,833,253 $95,316,893 $86,996,881
Corporalh.nr income taxes .................... ................................. 8,849,930 31,454,409 28,694,288
Social usuranrc taxes and contributions:
Empl.oyment taxes and contributions ........................................... 9,986,890 56,156,095 50,634,718
Unemployment insurance .................................................. ... 1,393,453 5,013,322 4,447,424
Contributions for other insurance and retirement ............................ 447,609 3,242,485 2,956,256
Excise taxes ........ .......... ................................................ 1,368,360 10,120,031 9,854,477
Estate and gift taxes .......................................................... 295,879 2,969,662 4,883,808
Customs duties ................................................................ 544,985 3,449,152 2,736,608
Miscellaneous receipts......................................................... 622,490 4,012,419 3,763,189

Total..................................................................... 42,342,848 211,734,468 194,967,650
NET OUTLAYS

National defense ............................................................... 8,492,432 60,221,503 56,145,899
International affairs..................... ........................................ 1,259,256 2,820,437 1,281,940
General science, space, and technology .......................................... 379,391 2,723,810 2,644,366
Energy .......................................... .......................... 165,012 2,512,406 2,155,161
Natural resources and environment............................................. 771,442 6,258,339 5,589,630
Agriculture: ........................ ... ..................................... 22,595 6,699,138 3,583,002
Commerrce and housing credit................... ............................... -22,143 437,391 -1,643,377
Transportation ................................................... ... ....... ..1,152,804 10,463,638 9,498,614
Community and regional development ............................................ 771,280 6,180,232 3,651,637
Education, training, employment and social services .............................. 1,912,616 13,593,689 10,839,142
Health .................................................................. .......... 3,588,631 25,858,056 22,273,953
Income security ................................................................ 11,550,982 83,415,586 79,958,385
Veterans benefits and services .................................................. 566,867 11,214,582 11,096,546
Administration of justice ..................................... ............... 339,976 2,159,566 2,160,604
General co'. rnTrnm-i .. ..... ........................ ........ 130,642 1,904,357 1,649,215
General purpose I -ca l assistance ............................................. 2,050,177 7,045,915 6,936,675
Interest ................... ........ ........... .............................. 3,295,004 24,268,129 21,433,858
Undistributed cIl let tnI, receipts ................................................ -702,611- -8,043,314 -7,285,582
Total............ ..................................................... 35,724,351 259,733,461 231,969,668











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